Curator - David G. Larsen
MICROCOMPUTER DESIGN AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Authors: Eugene M. Zumchak
Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.
4300 West 62nd St.
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Vendor literature is usually complete and easily understood by the practicingelectronic designer, but vendor literature does not promote creative design-Microcomputer Design and Troubleshooting does. The book uniquely considers every aspect of microcomputer design from the idea to the working system. It encourages creativity by stressing:
- Controller functions-sequencing, counting, timing, computation and management.
- The development system that provides a temporary means of entering and executing user programs.
- Read/write timing, the essence of hardware design.
- Good hardware design that is much more than bringing together a CPU, memory, and I/O with the proper timing.
- The computer system-it must be interfaced to the "world".
- The secret to success in hardware testing and troubleshooting-understanding the problem, having a good test plan, and having the right test equipment.
- The three basic areas of software design-documentation, philosophy, and technique.
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