DEC, MA 1966, 328 pages, double-column text, some photographs, illustrations, diagrams etc; includes pricelist for Flip Chip Modules at rear.
Condition: Good+ to very good overall, 6x9 illustrated cardstock covers, softcover; covers rubbed and toned at extremities, pages toned with age and paper acidity as is common with paperbacks of this era; binding is secure and strong, pages clean and unmarked, not brittle.
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, Databooks, Handbooks, Manuals, DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation), Hardware, Minicomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Miscellaneous
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Item DescriptionThe Digital Logic Handbook is a comprehensive reference manual for both the logic designer and the student. Over half of its 352 pages are devoted to applications information and technical data. Special interest sections cover such subjects as analog-digital and digital-analog conversion techniques and logic training-breadboarding equipment.
There are also detailed design specifications for more than 150 FLIP CHIP Modules and accessories, the industry's most complete line of logic circuits... ' (from the rear cover) Photos of PDP 7, PDP 8, LINC etc.