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Configuration Universal Bits (#) 4 Technology Family LS Supply voltage (Min) (V) 4.75 Supply voltage (Max) (V) 5.25 Input type Bipolar Output type Push-Pull Clock Frequency (MHz) 25 IOL (Max) (mA) 8 IOH (Max) (mA) -0.4 ICC (Max) (uA) 63000 Features High speed (tpd 10-50ns)
Configuration Universal Bits (#) 4 Technology Family LS Supply voltage (Min) (V) 4.75 Supply voltage (Max) (V) 5.25 Input type Bipolar Output type Push-Pull Clock Frequency (MHz) 25 IOL (Max) (mA) 8 IOH (Max) (mA) -0.4 ICC (Max) (uA) 63000 Features High speed (tpd 10-50ns)
PDIP (N) 16 181 mm² 19.3 x 9.4 SOIC (D) 16 59 mm² 9.9 x 6
  • Parallel Inputs and Outputs
  • Four Operating Modes:
    • Synchronous Parallel Load
    • Right Shift
    • Left Shift
    • Do Nothing
  • Positive Edge-Triggered Clocking
  • Direct Overriding Clear

 

  • Parallel Inputs and Outputs
  • Four Operating Modes:
    • Synchronous Parallel Load
    • Right Shift
    • Left Shift
    • Do Nothing
  • Positive Edge-Triggered Clocking
  • Direct Overriding Clear

 

These bidirectional shift registers are designed to incorporate virtually all of the features a system designer may want in a shift register. The circuit contains 46 equivalent gates and features parallel inputs, parallel outputs, right-shift and left-shift serial inputs, operating-mode-control inputs, and a direct overriding clear line. The register has four distinct modes of operation, namely:

  • Inhibit clock (do nothing)
  • Shift right (in the direction QA toward QD)
  • Shift left (in the direction QD toward QA)
  • Parallel (broadside) load

Synchronous parallel loading is accomplished by applying the four bits of data and taking both mode control inputs, S0 and S1, high. The data are loaded into the associated flip-flops and appear at the outputs after the positive transition of the clock input. During loading, serial data flow is inhibited.

Shift right is accomplished synchronously with the rising edge of the clock pulse when S0 is high and S1 is low. Serial data for this mode is entered at the shift-right data input. When S0 is low and S1 is high, data shifts left synchronously and new data is entered at the shift-left serial input.

Clocking of the shift register is inhibited when both mode control inputs are low. The mode controls of the SN54194/SN74194 should be changed only while the clock input is high.

 

These bidirectional shift registers are designed to incorporate virtually all of the features a system designer may want in a shift register. The circuit contains 46 equivalent gates and features parallel inputs, parallel outputs, right-shift and left-shift serial inputs, operating-mode-control inputs, and a direct overriding clear line. The register has four distinct modes of operation, namely:

  • Inhibit clock (do nothing)
  • Shift right (in the direction QA toward QD)
  • Shift left (in the direction QD toward QA)
  • Parallel (broadside) load

Synchronous parallel loading is accomplished by applying the four bits of data and taking both mode control inputs, S0 and S1, high. The data are loaded into the associated flip-flops and appear at the outputs after the positive transition of the clock input. During loading, serial data flow is inhibited.

Shift right is accomplished synchronously with the rising edge of the clock pulse when S0 is high and S1 is low. Serial data for this mode is entered at the shift-right data input. When S0 is low and S1 is high, data shifts left synchronously and new data is entered at the shift-left serial input.

Clocking of the shift register is inhibited when both mode control inputs are low. The mode controls of the SN54194/SN74194 should be changed only while the clock input is high.

 

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* Data sheet 4-Bit Bidirectional Universal Shift Registers datasheet 01 Mar 1988
Selection guide Logic Guide (Rev. AB) 12 Jun 2017
Application note Understanding and Interpreting Standard-Logic Data Sheets (Rev. C) 02 Dec 2015
Application note Power-Up Behavior of Clocked Devices (Rev. A) 06 Feb 2015
User guide LOGIC Pocket Data Book (Rev. B) 16 Jan 2007
Application note Semiconductor Packing Material Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Protection 08 Jul 2004
More literature Logic Cross-Reference (Rev. A) 07 Oct 2003
Application note TI IBIS File Creation, Validation, and Distribution Processes 29 Aug 2002
Application note Designing With Logic (Rev. C) 01 Jun 1997
Application note Designing with the SN54/74LS123 (Rev. A) 01 Mar 1997
Application note Input and Output Characteristics of Digital Integrated Circuits 01 Oct 1996
Application note Live Insertion 01 Oct 1996

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14-24-LOGIC-EVM — Generic Logic EVM Supporting 14 through 24 Pin PW, DB, D, DW, NS, DYY, and DGV Packages

This EVM is designed to support any logic device that has a D, DW, DB, NS, PW, DYY or DGV package in a 14 to 24 pin count.

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