Modern CMOS Circuits Manual
Publisher: Elsevier / Newnes
Final Release Date: November 1995
Pages: 192

This Circuits Manual examines operating principles and practical applications of modern medium-speed and 'fast' CMOS digital ICs. 470 carefully selected circuits, diagrams, graphs and tables are supported by the informative 'how to' text and by detailed descriptions of more than 120 modern CMOS ICs and their practical applications. Although ideal for practical design engineers and technicians, this book will doubtless also be of great interest to hobbyists and students of electronics.

Using clear and comprehensive language, each chapter begins with an explanation of the basic principles of the subject followed by the presentation of circuits and useful data. The first chapter describes and explains digital IC basics, CMOS and TTL principles, the various CMOS sub-families and CMOS basic-usage rules. Chapter 2 gives a practical introduction to CMOS basics via the 4007UB IC, which can be used in both digital and linear applications. Chapter 3 deals with modern logic circuitry, and Chapter 4 with CMOS bilateral switches and data selectors. The next six chapters progress through waveform generator circuitry, clocked flip-flop and counter circuits, ICs, special counter/dividers, data latches, registers, comparators, and code converters. Chapter 11 focuses on specialised types of IC such as multiplexers and decoders while the final chapter presents a miscellaneous collection of useful CMOC circuits.

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