Selasa, 14 Agustus 2007

Ebook - Digital Design M Moris Manno

Morris Mano, M. Mano, «Digital Design (3rd Edition)»
Prentice Hall ISBN: 0130621218 Aug 2001 516 Pages ~88 Mb

Description :

This is a modern revision of the classic digital design textbook. The book teaches the basic tools for the design of digital circuits in a clear, easily accessible manner. New to This Edition:

* Nine sections on Verilog Hardware Description Language (HDL) inserted in discrete sections, allowing the material to be covered or skipped as desired. The Verilog HDL presentation is at a suitable level for beginning students who are learning digital circuits for the first time.

* Reorganized material on combinational circuits is now covered in a single chapter.

* The emphasis in the sequential circuits chapters is now on design with D flip-flops instead of JK and SR flip-flops.

* The material on memory and programmable logic is now consolidated in one chapter.

* Chapter 8 consists mostly of new material and now covers digital design in the Register Transfer Level (P) FL), preparing the reader for more advanced design projects and further Verilog HDL studies.

* A new section in Chapter 11 supplements the laboratory experiments with HDL experiments. These unable the reader to check the circuits designed in the laboratory by means of hardware components and/or by HDL simulation.

* Text accompanied by Verilog simulator software—SynaptiCAD's VeriLogger Pro evaluation version, a Verilog simulation environment that combines all of the features of a traditional Verilog simulator with a powerful graphical test vector generator. Fast model testing in VeriLogger Pro allows the reader to perform bottom-up testing of every model in a design. All of the HDL examples in the book can be found on the CD-ROM.

* A Companion Website includes resources for instructors and students such as transparency masters of all figures in the book, all HDL code examples from the book, a Verilog tutorial, tutorials on using the VeriLogger Pro software, and more



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