## Digital Principles and Circuits

ISBN Number : 81-8318-486-3

Student Price : Rs.575

Student Dollar Price : 23\$

Book Edition :

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 462

Book Weight :648

This book ‘Digital Principles and Circuits’ has been written with a view to presenting the subject of Digital Electronics in an easier way to understand. However, the reader is required to have the elementary knowledge of semiconductor theory of transistors and MOSFETs.

This book particularly caters to the need of the students of BCA, MCA, BE /B. Tech, AMIE and Diploma in Electronics Engineering of various Universities according to their syllabus. The contents of the book intensively deal with the principles of Digital Electronics and their applications in the formation of logic devices, circuits and systems.

There are ten Chapters contained in the book. First Chapter introduces with the commonly and terms and the basic concepts involved in the subject. Second Chapter describes the systems of decimal, binary, octal and hexadecimal numbers and their interconversion. In the third Chapter different binary codes are discussed. Fourth chapter explains the functioning of logic gates and their formation. Classification, characteristics and merits/ demerits of digital IC families are also described in details. Chapter 5 incorporates Boolean laws and theorems as well as the map methods and their applications for simplifying logic expressions. Chapter 6 explains how the combinational circuits for adders, subtractors, multiplexers, demultiplexers etc. can be realized. Flip-flops and Registers are included in Chapter 7 while digital Counters and their designing are described in chapter 8. Chapter 9 contains the magnetic and semiconductor memory systems and tells how to expand their capacity. The last Chapter 10 discusses the circuits for digital-to-analog and analog-to–digital converters of different types.

Contents-

1. Digital Concepts
2. Number Systems
3. Binary Codes
4. Logic Gates and IC Families
5. Boolean Aljgebra
6. Combinational Circuits
7. Flip-Flops and Registers
8. Digital Counters
9. Memory Systems
10. D/A Converters and A/D Converters

Dr. C.B. Agarwal has a long of 37 years of teaching electronics at the post-graduate level. He passed his M.Sc. Physics in 1963 from the then `Agra University `, and was awarded Ph.D. Degree in 1982. He put his services as Reader and Head of the P.G.Department of Physics up-to 2001 at D S College, Aligarh.

Dr. Agarwal has a number of research papers to his credit published in reputed Journals in India and aboard. On the merit of his research work, he was recognized as a Reference to judge several research theses from Germany. The New York Academy of Sciences, USA honoured Dr. Agarwal as an eminent member of the Academy. Throughout his period of service, he has been known as a teacher of repute among the student community. Dr. Agarwal`s major fields of interest are-Experimental electronics, Lab. Techniques and Digital Electronics.﻿