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eBook Experiments with Eproms (Advanced Technology Series) ePub

by Dave Prochnow

  • ISBN: 0830629629
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Dave Prochnow
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; 1 edition (March 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 230
  • ePub book: 1725 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1858 kb
  • Other: rtf doc txt docx
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 965

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Series: Advanced Technology Series. Paperback: 230 pages. Experiments with EPROMS is an invaluable reference for the electronics hobbiest who wishes to get started with EPROMS.

Series: Advanced Technology Series. With its fifteen simple EPROM projects, including a poor man's EPROM programmer (which saves a ton of money that deters many people from getting in to this exciting field), it encourages many nights' tinkering in the basement. While the circuit diagrams are not completely.

Good starter book for working EPROMs into your embedded systems. Amazing how interested my students are about yesterday's technology. This Technology is still very usable today,and is a great foundation for newer methods. The build section is ok too and gives you a perspective on how much work you have to do when clocking one of the development circuits, if you built it, manually.

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An indispensable EPROM reference book for the hobbiest. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 22 years ago. Experiments with EPROMS is an invaluable reference for the electronics hobbiest who wishes to get started with EPROMS

An indispensable EPROM reference book for the hobbiest. While the circuit diagrams are.

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Experiments with EPROMS /. Saved in: Main Author: Prochnow, Dave. Advanced technology series. Subjects: Computer storage devices Experiments.

Pages 240. Year of production 1988. Provides both a detailed explanation of underlying theory, plus 15 different projects, including programmers, erasers, and EPROM-based circuits to give home electronics, robotics, and computer experimenters hands-on understanding of how these versatile devices work.

Provides both a detailed explanation of underlying theory, plus 15 different projects, including programmers, erasers, and EPROM-based circuits to give home electronics, robotics, and computer experimenters hands-on understanding of how these versatile devices work.

Comments

Wenaiand Wenaiand
Good starter book for working EPROMs into your embedded systems. The build section is ok too and gives you a perspective on how much work you have to do when clocking one of the development circuits, if you built it, manually.
FailCrew FailCrew
A very good book for my Collection. Amazing how interested my students are about yesterday's technology.
This Technology is still very usable today,and is a great foundation for newer methods.
Dagdalas Dagdalas
Most of the information is available on line but covers EPROM and flash well. Easy to read/understand. A tad lightweight.
Yozshubei Yozshubei
Experiments with EPROMS is an invaluable reference for the electronics hobbiest who wishes to get started with EPROMS.With its fifteen simple EPROM projects, including a poor man's EPROM programmer (which saves a ton of money that deters many people from getting in to this exciting field), it encourages many nights' tinkering in the basement.While the circuit diagrams are not completely intuitive (repeated connections are left out, conserving space but confusing the reader), the basic concepts are present and well explained. The book also contains an extensive reference section, ranging from an introduction to boolean algebra, to IC pinouts that will come in handy if you lack the bulky, dog-eared reference set that would otherwise contain this information.