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Shift registers

Shift registers

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Digital Logic Design, Sequential. Combinational Logic, ALU, CPU, Finite State Machine, FSM, State Diagram, State Table, Flip Flops, Registers, Counters


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[CSCA] Registers and Memory

[CSCA] Registers and Memory

Registers and memory elements discussed in the Computer Science and Computer Architectures [CSCA] course at the University of Applied Sciences CAMPUS 02, Graz, Austria.

The project features the following circuits:

  • 4-Bit Register - developed by using D flip-flops.
  • 4-Bit Register (Enabling the Clock Signal) - 4-Bit Register with enabling of the register implemented via enabling of the clock signal.
  • 4x4-Bit Memory - with read and write access and reading buffer set to zeros in case of writing.
  • Tri-State Buffers - explains the tri-state buffer element.
  • Mutually Exclusive Tri-State Buffers - demonstrates how to use tri-state buffers to mutually exclude parts of a circuit.
  • 4x4-Bit Memory with Tri-State Buffers - developed by extending the 4x4-Bit Memory with Tri-state buffers to cut of the reading buffer in case of writing.
  • 4x4-Bit Memory with MAR and MDR - developed by extending the 4x4-Bit Memory with Tri-State Buffers with the Memory Address Register (MAR) and Memory Data Register (MDR).
  • 4x4-Bit Random Access Memory (RAM) - demonstrates using the built-in RAM element.
  • 4x4-Bit Random Access Memory (RAM) with MAR and MDR - demonstrates using the built-in RAM element extended with the Memory Address Register (MAR) and Memory Data Register (MDR).

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16 bit computer

16 bit computer

Its not much and getting it to add and substract numbers is a pain. Just use a calculator. This is only a work of art (or architecture perhaps?).


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8 bit SIPO Shift Register using D Flip Flop

8 bit SIPO Shift Register using D Flip Flop