This introductory text lays the groundwork for students new to digital circuitry so they will understand basic and complex concepts. Topics are presented in a thorough, yet easy to read manner. Chapters include separate troubleshooting sections and design applications. Applications sidebars throughout provide practical uses of devices, circuits, and/or concepts. Students are introduced to a generic computer system ?BABE? in Chapter 9 that illustrates how binary digital computers work, how to troubleshoot digital circuits and provides hands-on training. An up-to-date, detailed section on PLDs (Programmable Logic Devices) with applications is also included, as is in-text software. ALSO AVAILABLE Laboratory Manual, ISBN: 0-314-21393-7 INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDER Instructor's Guide, ISBN: 0-314-23191-0 Transparency Masters, ISBN: 0-314-21394-5Johnson counter a synchronous counter whose mod number is equal to twice the number of flip-flops in the counter. ... For example, a mod- 12 ring counter requires 12 flip-flops. ... Figure 4.62 Six-Bit Johnson Counter Refer to the timing diagram of Figure 4.63 during the discussion of the operation of the Johnson counter.
|Title||:||Digital Devices and Systems with PLD Applications|
|Author||:||Michael A. Miller|
|Publisher||:||Delmar Pub - 1996-12-01|