shift register

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Noun1.shift register - (computer science) register in which all bits can be shifted one or more positions to the left or to the right
register - (computer science) memory device that is the part of computer memory that has a specific address and that is used to hold information of a specific kind
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
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IN is connected to each DFF's reset (RES) port, effectively setting all register values to 0, except for the last DFF in the shift register.
The shift register then shifts contents of S1 to S2 and contents of S0 to S1 .
In practice, the pseudorandom number generators used up to present can be divided in the following classes: arithmetical pseudorandom numbers, mathematical pseudorandom numbers, pseudorandom numbers based on feedback shift register, pseudorandom numbers based on chaotic functions.
TDI (test data in) and TDO (test data out) represent the input and output of the serial boundary scan shift register (Figure 2).
A board's collection of boundary scan cells is configured into a parallel-in, parallel-out shift register by way of a four-wire interface.
32 7491: 8-bit shift register, serial In, serial out, gated input 100
TeamCast developers leverage the many technical advantages of Virtex and Spartan FPGAs, notably including: abundant programmable logic with shift register look-up table and distributed memory; digital signal processing (DSP) and embedded memory blocks; pre-configured PLL interface that can generate all the clocks needed for each modulation standard; and the high performance PowerPC processor embedded in Virtex FPGAs.
They cover general properties of correlation, applications of correlation to the communication of information, finite fields, feedback shift register sequences, randomness measurements and m- sequences, transforms of sequences and functions, cyclic difference sets and binary sequences with two-level autocorrelation, cyclic Hadamard sequences, correlation of Boolean functions, and applications to radar, sonar, synchronization and CDMA wireless technology.
The high voltage outputs are controlled by data clocked into an internal 8-bit shift register and stored in an 8-bit transparent latch.
0 technologies, such as 5 Gb/s, 8b/10b encoding, linear feedback shift register (LFSR), data scrambling and spread spectrum clocking (SSC).
A high-speed, 4-wire serial interface with up to 25MHz clock frequency, controls each of the 8 channels using a shift register and latch configuration.
Both also contain an 8-bit shift register and data latches, which convert serial input data into individual channel on/off control and group brightness.