DN045 - Using Shift Registers to Increase the Number of I/O Pins
Updated: Feb 24, 2005
Inevitably during the design of a microprocessor based device a larger than desired
microprocessor is chosen because of the high number of I/O lines required. In this
design note we shall look at Shift Registers as a mean of increasing the number of I/O
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