Designed as a textbook for undergraduate students in Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Computer Science, and Information Technology, this up-to-date, well-organized study gives an exhaustive treatment of the basic principles of Digital Electronics and Logic Design. It aims at bridging the gap between these two subjects.
The many years of teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students of engineering that Professor Somanathan Nair has done is reflected in the in-depth analysis and student-friendly approach of this book. Concepts are illustrated with the help of a large number of diagrams so that students can comprehend the subject with ease. Worked-out examples within the text illustrate the concepts discussed, and questions at the end of each chapter drill the students in self-study.
• Gives a step-by-step approach to the design of synchronous sequential machines.
• Describes various hazards and methods for their elimination.
• Discusses the logic families, especially the CMOS circuits, and their general design aspects.
• Has simplified the fault-detection techniques.
• Gives solved numerical and design problems on almost all the topics.
• Uses new techniques and approaches to solving certain problems.
This book, with its in-depth analysis and several new features, should be treasured by the student-for its felicity of style and its all encompassing treatment of the subject.