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FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

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Academic Details

  • Phase Graduation

  • Stream Science

  • Branch Computer Science

  • Standard/Year Firstyear

  • Medium English

  • Board/University Pune

  • Subject Digital Electronics

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ontents
1. Data Representation and Arithmetic for Computers
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Number system
1.3 BCD (Binary Coded Decimal) code
1.4 Gray code
1.5 The excess-3 code
1.6 ASCII code
1.7 Concept of parity
1.8 Signed and unsigned numbers
1.9 One's complement and two's complement of a binary number
1.10 Binary arithmetics
2. Logic Gates
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Basic logic gates
2.3 Universal logic gates
2.4 Derived logic gates
2.5 Commercially available TTL IC'S for logic gates
2.6 Boolean algebra and identities
2.7 De morgan's theorem
2.8 Simplification of logic expression using boolean algebra
2.9 Karnaugh-map
2.10 Introduction to logic families
2.11 TTL family
2.12 Performance parameters of the digital logic families
2.13 Two input TTL NAND gate
2.14 Tri-state Logic
3. Combinational Circuits
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Half adder
3.3 Full adder
3.4 Half subtractor
3.5 Parallel adder
3.6 Arithmetic and logic unit (ALU)
3.7 Encoder
3.8 Decoder
3.9 Multiplexers
3.10 Demultiplexers
3.11 Concept of analog multiplexer
4. Sequential Circuits
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Latch
4.3 Flip-flops
4.4 Counters
4.5 IC 7490
4.6 Shift registers
4.7 IC 7495
4.8 Ring counter
4.9 Johnson counters
4.10 Design of sequential circuits
4.11 Sequence generator
5. Multivibrators
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Block diagram of IC 555
5.3 Monostable multivibrator using IC 555
5.4 A bistable multivibrator (Flip Flop)
5.5 Crystal clock using inverter (Logic Gate)
6. Memory Devices and Memory Organization
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Random access memory (RAM)
6.3 Comparison of SRAM and DRAM
6.4 Read only memory (ROM)
6.5 Memory organization
6.6 Memory address map
7. Data Converters
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Digital to analog converters (DAC's)
7.3 R-2R ladder network DACs (Binary Ladder)
7.4 Specification of DAC
7.5 Analog to digital converters (ADCs)
7.6 Single slope ADC
7.7 Dual slope ADC
7.8 ADC specifications
7.9 ADC applications
7.10 Comparison of ADC's
8. Processors and Machine Language for Computer
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Personal computer PC
8.3 Laptops
8.4 Servers
8.5 Super computers
8.6 Embedded computers
8.7 Computer programming languages and executions