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Electronics for Embedded Systems

Electronics for Embedded Systems

by Ahmet Bindal


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This book provides semester-length coverage of electronics for embedded systems, covering most common analog and digital circuit-related issues encountered while designing embedded system hardware. It is written for students and young professionals who have basic circuit theory background and want to learn more about passive circuits, diode and bipolar transistor circuits, the state-of-the-art CMOS logic family and its interface with older logic families such as TTL, sensors and sensor physics, operational amplifier circuits to condition sensor signals, data converters and various circuits used in electro-mechanical device control in embedded systems. The book also provides numerous hardware design examples by integrating the topics learned in earlier chapters. The last chapter extensively reviews the combinational and sequential logic design principles to be able to design the digital part of embedded system hardware.

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Book Details

Subject
Engineering and Technology
Publisher
Springer
Published
2017
Pages
304
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9783319394374
ISBN10
3319394371
ISBN13 Digital
9783319394398
ISBN10 Digital
3319394398
PDF Size
2.5 MB
License
CC BY

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