Digital Designing in the Programmable Logic Devices / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Prentice Hall
The purpose of this book is to use hands-on methodology to present programmable logic devices from a viewpoint which will prepare the reader for application within the digital design industry. The knowledge of, and ability to apply state machines to control situations is vital to the overall education of the digital designer.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
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Table of Contents(NOTE: Practical Examples are featured in each chapter. Also, each chapter ends with questions and problems.)
1. An Introduction to Programmable Logic Devices.
2. Synchronous Binary Counter Design.
3. Decision Making with Binary Counters.
4. Output Forming Logic Design.
5. Programming PLD Circuits with CUPL.
6. Design Examples Using PLDs.
7. ROM-Based Controller Architecture.
8. Microprocessor Architecture.
9. The MC68HC11 Microcontroller.
10. Address Bus Decoding and Logic Design.
Appendix A: Selected PLD Architectures.
Appendix B: CUPL PAL/PROM Device Library.