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A MOSFET integrated circuit shift register



Graduation date: 1969This paper is concerned with the design of a 21-bit\ud metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET)\ud integrated circuit static shift register.\ud This circuit consists of three separate 1, 4, and\ud 16-bit static shift registers constructed on a single\ud monolithic chip, each with independent input and output\ud terminals.\ud Type D flip-flops are used to implement each bit of\ud delay, enabling data to be stored indefinitely between\ud clock pulses.\ud This design requires only one power supply and one\ud external clock. Three clocks are generated internally.\ud By appropriate connections, 1 bit, 4 bits, 5 bits, 16\ud bits, 17 bits, 20 bits and 21 bits may be obtained.\ud The circuit operates between DC and 800 KHz clock\ud rates. It consists of 162 devices on a chip size of\ud 62 mils x 47 mils

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