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  • Hardcover: 412 pages
  • Publisher: Elsevier (9 Oct. 1996)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0750630183
  • ISBN-13: 978-0750630184
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.4 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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' Although aimed at practical designers, this book will also be of use to amateurs and students of electronics.' Book News, February 1997.

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Modern digital 'logic' ICs are widely available in three basic types, as either TTL devices (typified by the 74LS00 logic family, etc.), as 'slow' CMOS devices (typified by the '4000' logic family), or as 'fast' CMOS devices (typified by the 74HC00 and 74AC00 logic families). Read the first page
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Marivoet on 16 July 2010
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If you want to get an overview of what about 200 digital ICs can do for you, this is a reference book to keep handy.
It is perhaps a bit outdated because it only treats CMOS and TTL devices, but that should not withhold you of buying this book.
Besides lots of explanations it contains also lots of very good practical example circuits.
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FORMAT COULD BE BETTER, NOT AS GOOD AS THE OTHERS 4 Mar. 2006
By PeterB. - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased the 'Linear IC ' Pocket Book and the 'Passive & Discrete' Circuit Pocket Book by Mr. Marston in this series which are very good. This, pocketbook edition is difficult to read with odd formatting. The paper used is an off white/yellow with black ink. The margins are excessively wide approximately 1.5 inches side to side and top to bottem which lends itself to smaller than necessary type size. I find it difficult to read for any length of time. Some of the print of the diagrams appear to bleed into the paper. It almost looks like the publisher was planning to place this text into a smaller physically sized book but changed their minds. This edition is from 1996 so it is a little dated. I purchased the 'Modern CMOS' Circuits Manual which is easier on the eyes with a larger format.
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Mr. Marston does it again. 21 July 2010
By Sarah N. - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm sorry to hear that my compatriot didn't get a book in the same format. Newnes must have listened, however, because the one I got was in the same format as the first two.

Again, Marston has loads of circuit clippings to show you how to design with different components-- clippings you can easily modify and adapt to your own project. If you want to use logic IC's for an astable timer circuit, it's in there. Just plug in the clipping, adjust for whatever output you need, adjust for your own power supply, and you're done. With a tiny bit of electronic background, this whole series is fantastic. Also got my brain around working a few things out a different way. That is the ultimate goal. Designing your own circuit.
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