CMOS Cookbook By Don Lancaster, Howard M. Berlin
Publisher: Newnes 1997 | 512 Pages | ISBN: 0750699434 | DJVU | 8 MB
The CMOS Cookbook contains all you need to know to understand and successfully use CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor) integrated circuits. Written in a "cookbook" format that requires little math, this practical, user-oriented book covers all the basics for working with digital logic and many of its end appilations.
Whether you're a newcomver to logic and electronics or a senior design engineer, you'll find CMOS Cookbook and its examples helpful as a self-learning guide, a reference handbook, a project-idea book, or a text for teaching others digital logic at the high school through university levels.
In the pages of this revised edition, you'll discover:
- What CMOS is, who makes it, and how the basic transistors, inverters, and logic and transmission gates work
- CMOS usage rules, power-suppy examples, and information on breadboards, state testing, tools, and interfacing
- Discussions of the latest CMOS devices and sub-families, including the 74C, 74HC, and 74HCT series that streamline TTL and CMOS interfacing
- An in-depth look at multivibrators - including astable, monostable, and bistable - and linear techniques
- Clocked-logic designs and the extensive applications of JK and D-type flip-flops
- A helpful appendix featuring a TTL-to-CMOS conversion chart