Programmable logic devices are a genuine competitor to standard logic on the one hand and to masked application-specific ICs on the other. The total market size is over a billion dollars, with a huge potential for further growth. These devices are capable of being a great boon to electronics design engineers and as one of the few books on the subject, this reference work aims to meet a strongly felt need. The early chapters in the book are a summary of the basics of semiconductor devices and the principles of logic. All the currently available architectures are then described in detail, and design methods covered. The book concludes with an extensive treatment of applications, from simple logic to more complex functions; applications given are diverse enough to show how most logic requirements may be fitted into programmable logic devices.
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'The established electronics design engineer will find this book invaluable as a reference work to keep by his workbench. Less experienced engineers will also find it indispensable as an introduction and guide to this rapidly expanding subject.'
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Book Description Collins, London, 1987. Book Condition: Good. 243p hardback, library stamp, very good. Bookseller Inventory # PAB 171715