BEGINNING DIGITAL FROM A VHDL PERSPECTIVE, 1ST EDITION is the first book of its kind in the electronics technology market to break through the schematic barrier. Students achieve a deeper understanding of fundamental digital concepts with the VHDL language that will take them from the NAND function concepts to a fully-functional embedded microcomputer design. By beginning with basic circuit analysis and continuing on to digital concepts, students gain a comprehensive understanding of the basic introductory principles of digital electronics and VHDL. Topics covered include Boolean algebra, K-map simplification, encoders/decoders, latches, flip-flops, and number systems, among others. An introduction to VHDL constructs and formats is integrated into chapters in the text, giving the reader the most comprehensive understanding of digital concepts. Beginning Digital from a VHDL Perspective, 1st Edition, offers an in-depth introduction to digital electronics while preparing the reader for success in the electronics technology industry. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Due to electronic rights, some third party content may be suppressed from the eBook and/or eChapter(s). ... Unlike other texts that present schematic symbols and then VHDL as an add-on item, this text explains digital concepts ... In medieval times, pictorial images were used along the streets to describe a shopa#39;s business.
|Title||:||Beginning Digital From a VHDL Perspective|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2011-09-09|