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The NTE7495 is 4−bit register in a 14−lead DIP-type package that features parallel and serial inputs, parallel outputs, mode control and two clock inputs. This device has three output modes of operation: parallel (broadside), load shift right (the direction QA toward QD), shift left (the direction QD toward QA) parallel loading is accomplished by applying the four bits of data and taking the mode control input high. The data is loaded into the associated flip−flops and appears at the outputs after the high−to−low transition of the clock 2 input. During loading, the entry of serial data is inhibited. Shift right is accomplished on the high−to−low transition of clock 1 when the mode control is low; shift left is accomplished on the high−to−low transition of clock 2 when the mode control is high by connecting the output of each flip−flop to the parallel input of the previous flip−flop (QD to input C, etc.) and serial data is entered at input D. The clock input may be applied commonly to clock 1 and clock 2 if both modes can be clocked from the same source. Changes at the mode control input should normally be made while both clock inputs are low; however, conditions described in the last three lines of the function table will also ensure that register contents are protected.
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Note 1. Voltage values, except interemitter voltage, are with respect to network ground terminal.
Note 2. This is the voltage between two emitters of a multiple−emitter input transistor. This rating applies between the clock 2 and the mode control input.