• anonymous
waht is the best book for digital electronic form zero to Microprocessor fundamentals ?
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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  • KenLJW
There's a basic difference between digital electronics and computer fundamentals. Digital electronics is the basic study of electronics as related to circuitry used digitally, as basic AND, OR, XOR, Flip -Flops, Registers, ect while the compute fundamentals may consist of Boolean algebra, machine language using binary, octal, hexadecimal, assembly language, higher languages such BASIC and C++. Fundamentally one deals with analog circuitry used in the digital mode while the other has to do with the organization of chips and logic. There is definitely a difference between what's in Microprocessor and how it's applied. Today ones who designs the inside of a Microprocessor must be a physicist, a engineer will versed in microcircuits, working with a computer logic expert for functional layout. I would suggest you start with the text of this course, its beinning.
  • rohitom
Marrias Manno is one of best book for digital electronics and microprocessor fundamental

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