Digital Fundamentals by Floyd and Jain : For courses in digital circuits, digital systems (including design and analysis), digital fundamentals, digital logic and
introduction to computers Digital Fundamentals, Eleventh Edition, continues its long and respected tradition of offering students a strong foundation in the core fundamentals of digital technology, providing basic concepts reinforced by plentiful illustrations, examples, exercises and applications. The  text’s teaching and learning resources include an Instructor’s Manual, PowerPoint lecture slides and  Test Bank, as well as study resources for students.

Features : rovides a strong foundation in the core fundamentals of digital technology: Revised and Improved! Coverage of key topics has been revised and improved, while obsolete devices have been deleted. New! A new boxed feature, Implementation, shows how various logic functions can be implemented using fixed-function devices or by writing a VHDL program for PLD implementation. Added! Boolean simplification coverage now includes the Quine-McClusky method and the Expresso method is introduced. Added! A discussion of Moore and Mealy state machines has been added. Improved! The chapter on programmable logic has been modified and improved. Added! A discussion of memory hierarchy has been added. New! A new chapter on data transmission has been added and includes extensive coverage of standard busses. Revised! The chapter on computers has been completely revised and is now entitled Data Processing. Core fundamentals are presented without being intermingled with advanced or peripheral topics. Info Notes throughout the text’s margins provide interesting information in a condensed form. Hands-On Tips interspersed throughout provide useful and practical information. The operation and application of test instruments, including the oscilloscope, logic analyser, function generator and DMM, are covered.

## Digital Fundamentals by Floyd and Jain PDF

1. Digital Concepts.
2. Number Systems, Operations and
Codes.
3. Logic Gates.
4. Boolean Algebra and Logic Simplification.
5. Combinational Logic Analysis.
6. Functions of Combinational Logic.
7. Latches, Flip-Flops and
Timers.
8. Shift Registers.
9. Counters.
10. Programmable Logic.
11. Data Storage
12. Signal Conversion and Processing.
13. Data Transmission.
14. Data Processing.
15. Integrated Circuit Technologies.