Introduction to Switching Theory and Logical Design

By | October 10, 2017

Introduction to Switching Theory and Logical Design by Frederick J. Hill, Gerald R. Peterson

Here we are providing Introduction to Switching Theory and Logic Design by Frederick J. Hill, Gerald R. Peterson Pdf Free Download. This book is mainly useful for Undergraduate Students who are studying especially Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE). Switching Theory and Logic Design book will also useful to most of the students who are preparing for Competitive Exams like GATE, UPSC, IAS, IES and other state Exams. The author’s Frederick J. Hill, Gerald R. Peterson Clearly explained about this book by using simple language.

This book Provides the knowledge and skills that are basic to all digital system design. Solid foundation of theory permits development of systematic design procedures. Presents classical methods, such as Karnaugh maps. Quine-McCluskey minimization. Mealy and Moore circuits, state-table minimization, hazard-free asynchronous designs, etc. This edition features design with MSI circuits, including PLA’s, and register transfer (state machine) approaches to sequential system design.

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