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Old 11-11-2013, 12:18 PM   #1
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Default Discussion: One I/O line drives shift register with strobe. Part 1 - Schematic

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Zoran Mijanovic & Nedjeljko Lekic EDN This Design Idea shows how a single microcontroller port can drive a lot of output lines through shift register. In this case we use the shift register with strobe control to achieve perfect output line control.
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with the advent of modern 32-bit microcontroller this method ceases to be relevant.
In most microcontrollers number of I / o ports enough.
It is more profitable to apply one microcontroller with 64 potami I / o
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