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 YEAR: 1979
 ITEM: Manual/User's Guide
 PUBLISHER: Texas Instruments Learning Center
RARITY: Not rare   Click here for further information on our rarity scale Information on the rarity of this item is unknown.

Undersatanding Series


The Understanding Series was put together by Texas Instruments that would help build the understanding of the specific subject step by step. The books from the series that we have in our collection are Understanding Communication Systems and Understanding Microprocessors.

Understanding Communication Systems covers basic concepts, basic fundamentals from the beginning to help the reader understand how information can be handled as electrical signals, and how these signals are converted from a form used by humans to communicate (sight, sound or touch) into electrical signals that are used to transport the information to remote locations throughout the world.

Understanding Microprocessors explains microcomputer systems which use a microprocessor as the central unit for processing and control. It is a book for the person who is not familiar with digital electronics, integrated circuits, analog systems, computers, microprocessors, microcomputers, software, programs, programming, source code,object code, machine code, assembly language, assembler, high-level language, compiler, cross-support and others. It was written to provide understanding of the basic concepts and fundamentals surrounding these terms.It was designed to help provide insight into what makes up a microprocessor, how the microprocessor fits into the microcomputer system, what other system units are required for the microcomputer system and how one gets a microcomputer system to do something.

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