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Bebop to the Boolean Boogie. Edition No. 3

  • ID: 1757440
  • Book
  • 568 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This entertaining and readable book provides a solid, comprehensive introduction to contemporary electronics. It's not a "how-to-do" electronics book, but rather an in-depth explanation of how today's integrated circuits work, how they are designed and manufactured, and how they are put together into powerful and sophisticated electronic systems. In addition to the technical details, it's packed with practical information of interest and use to engineers and support personnel in the electronics industry. It even tells how to pronounce the alphabet soup of acronyms that runs rampant in the industry.

- Written in conversational, fun style that has generated a strong following for the author and sales of over 14,000 copies for the first two editions- The Third Edition is even bigger and better, with lots of new material, illustrations, and an expanded glossary- Ideal for training incoming engineers and technicians, and for people in marketing or other related fields or anyone else who needs to familiarize themselves with electronics terms and technology

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Section 1: Fundamentals 1. Analog versus Digital 2. Atoms, Molecules, and Crystals  3. Conductors, Insulators, and Other Stuff 4. Semiconductors (Diodes and Transistors) 5. Primitive Logic Functions 6. Using Transistors to Build Logic Gates 7. Alternative Numbering Systems 8. Binary Arithmetic  9. Boolean Algebra 10. Karnaugh Maps 11. Slightly More Complex Functions 12. State Machines 13. Analog-to-Digital and Vice Versa

Section 2: Components and Processes 14. Integrated Circuits (ICs) 15. Memory ICs 16. Programmable ICs 17. Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) 18. Circuit Boards 19. Hybrids 20. System-in-Package (Sip) and Friends 21. Alternative and Future Technologies Section 3: Design Tools and Stuff 22. General Concepts 23. Design and Verification Tools

Appendix A. Assertion-Level Logic B. Positive Logic versus Negative Logic C. Reed-Müller Logic D. Gray Codes E. Linear Feedback Shift Registers (LFSRs) F. Pass-Transistor Logic G. More on Semiconductors  H. Rounding Algorithms 101  I. Pass-Transistor Logic J. An Interesting Conundrum

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Maxfield, Clive
Clive "Max" Maxfield received a BS in Control Engineering from Sheffield Polytechnic, England in 1980. He began his career as a mainframe CPU designer for International Computers Limited (ICL) in Manchester, England. Max now finds himself a member of the technical staff (MTS) at Intergraph Electronics, Huntsville, Alabama. Max is the author of dozens of articles and papers appearing in magazines and at technical conferences around the world. Max's main area of interest are currently focused in the analog, digital, and mixed-signal simulation of integrated circuits and multichip modules.
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