A modern take on classic concepts such as digital circuits, designs and its various procedures, the fourth edition of Digital Design (With CD) 4th Edition provides simple yet effective guidelines in a lucid and informative manner.
There are specific tools that a computer and engineering student must be acquainted with when designing digitized applications. This book provides the different procedures that can be used for a wide array of digital formats and designs. There have been a number of updates inserted within this edition including the expanded key enhancements in the Verilog Hardware Description Language or HDL.
Digital Designs covers a range of topics starting from basic digital systems, gate-level minimization, Boolean algebra to asynchronous sequential logic and standard graphic symbols. The students will also find this book helpful when trying to understand design at Register Transfer Level (RTL) as well as memory and programmable logic. There are chapters that have detailed information about Digital Integrated Circuits and Standard ICs and FPGAs laboratory experiments.
There have been additions made in terms of the graphical material and its diverse uses. A comprehensive analysis of HDL has also been provided for beginner students in order to understand hardware categories, description language, and digital circuits.