Counters and Shift Registers (A9403)

In Electrical Engineering

Details

This lesson discusses the principles of counters and shift counters, as well as their various applications.

Prerequisites

This lesson is designed for participants familiar with AC/DC theory, binary numbering systems, logic gates, and flip-flops. A knowledge of pin connection diagrams and wiring diagrams is also required.

Description

This lesson discusses the principles of counters and their various applications. The lesson also explains the principles and features of shift registers, emphasizing serial load shift registers, parallel load shift registers, and universal shift registers. Troubleshooting counters and shift registers is also addressed.

Objectives

Determine binary outputs and the limits for counters. Understand how input pulses affect the counter’s output. Identify synchronous and asynchronous counters. Define ripple counters, up/down counters, self-stopping counters and frequency dividers. Use count sequence tables in troubleshooting counters. Understand the basic shifting concept. State the difference between serial load shift registers.

Contents

This lesson discusses the principles of counters and their various
applications. The lesson also explains the principles and features of
shift registers, emphasizing serial load shift registers, parallel load
shift registers, and universal shift registers. Troubleshooting counters
and shift registers is also addressed.

  • Counters and Shift Registers

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