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06 – Registers and Counters BY :M. Morris Mano Chapter 6 ters and Col 4.1 REClSf ERS A clccked sequential circuit consists of n group of £lip-flops and combinational gates connected to form a feedback path. The flip-flops are essential because. in their absence, the circuit reduces to a purely combinational circuit (provided that there is no feedback among the gates). A circuit with flip-flops is considered a sequential circuit even in the absence of combinational gates. Circuits that include flip-flops are usually classified by the function they perform rather than by the name of the sequential circuit. Two such circuits are registers and counters. A register is a group of flip-flops, each one of which is capable of ssroring one bit of information. An n-bit register consists of a group of n flip-flops capable of storing n bits of binary information. In addition to the flip-flops, a register may have combinational gates that perform certain data-processing tasks. In its broadest definition, a register consists of a group of flip-flops together with gates that affect their operation. The flip-flops hold the binary information, and the gates determine how the information is transferred into the register. A counter is essentially a register that goes though a preduermined sequence of binary states. The gates in the counter are corutectGd in such a way as to duce the prescn'bed sequence of states. Although counters are a special type of register, it is common to differentiate them by giving them a different name. Various types of registers are avdable commercially. The simplest register is one that consists of only flip-flops, without any gates. figure 6.1 shows such amgister constructed with four D-type flipflops to form a four-bit data storage register. The common clock input triggers all flipflops on the positive edge of each pulse, and the binary data available at the four inputs are
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BY :M. Morris Mano

Chapter 6
ters and Col
4.1 REClSf ERS
A clccked sequential circuit consists of n group of £lip-flops and combinational gates connected
to form a feedback path. The flip-flops are essential because. in their absence, the
circuit reduces to a purely combinational circuit (provided that there is no feedback among
the gates). A circuit with flip-flops is considered a sequential circuit even in the absence of
combinational gates. Circuits that include flip-flops are usually classified by the function
they perform rather than by the name of the sequential circuit. Two such circuits are registers
and counters.
A register is a group of flip-flops, each one of which is capable of ssroring one bit of
information. An n-bit register consists of a group of n flip-flops capable of storing n bits of
binary information. In addition to the flip-flops, a register may have combinational gates
that perform certain data-processing tasks. In its broadest definition, a register consists of
a group of flip-flops together with gates that affect their operation. The flip-flops hold the
binary information, and the gates determine how the information is transferred into the
register.
A counter is essentially a register that goes though a preduermined sequence of binary
states. The gates in the counter are corutectGd in such a way as to duce the prescn'bed sequence
of states. Although counters are a special type of register, it is common to differentiate
them by giving them a different name.
Various types of registers are avdable commercially. The simplest register is one that consists
of only flip-flops, without any gates. figure 6.1 shows such amgister constructed with four
D-type flipflops to form a four-bit data storage register. The common clock input triggers all
flipflops on the positive edge of each pulse, and the binary data available at the four inputs are

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06 – Registers and Counters
BY :M. Morris Mano

Chapter 6
ters and Col
4.1 REClSf ERS
A clccked sequential circuit consists of n group of £lip-flops and combinational gates connected
to form a feedback path. The flip-flops are essential because. in their absence, the
circuit reduces to a purely combinational circuit (provided that there is no feedback among
the gates). A circuit with flip-flops is considered a sequential circuit even in the absence of
combinational gates. Circuits that include flip-flops are usually classified by the function
they perform rather than by the name of the sequential circuit. Two such circuits are registers
and counters.
A register is a group of flip-flops, each one of which is capable of ssroring one bit of
information. An n-bit register consists of a group of n flip-flops capable of storing n bits of
binary information. In addition to the flip-flops, a register may have combinational gates
that perform certain data-processing tasks. In its broadest definition, a register consists of
a group of flip-flops together with gates that affect their operation. The flip-flops hold the
binary information, and the gates determine how the information is transferred into the
register.
A counter is essentially a register that goes though a preduermined sequence of binary
states. The gates in the counter are corutectGd in such a way as to duce the prescn'bed sequence
of states. Although counters are a special type of register, it is common to differentiate
them by giving them a different name.
Various types of registers are avdable commercially. The simplest register is one that consists
of only flip-flops, without any gates. figure 6.1 shows such amgister constructed with four
D-type flipflops to form a four-bit data storage register. The common clock input triggers all
 



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