Basic Digital Electronics is ideal for electrical or computer engineering seniors who need to know more about the analog underpinnings of the digital world.
Chapter 1 distinguishes "design" from "analysis" so that those who use the text are constantly aware of this distinction. Each chapter inspires its readers to think creatively via simple exercise dealing with design and analysis, plus various simulation exercises. Mini-projects in the appendix encourage the student to follow a certain approach when designing; an approach that includes device characterizations, circuit creation, and simulation prior to construction. To
summarize, this text introduces digital electronics as engineers understand it today, in this age of VLSI. This Book Is Most Useful For: -- Electrical engineering courses in pulse and digital circuits at the senior level. - Supporting a laboratory course that uses off-the-shelf digital devices. - Guiding individuals involved in self study.