# You asked: How many clock pulses will be required to completely load serially a n bit shift register?

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## How many clock pulses required to load 4 bit SIPO register and transfer the data to a output register A 16 B 8 C 5 D 4?

The SIPO shift register is ‘loaded’ with serial input, i.e. one data at a time and the stored data is available in a parallel manner. Therefore for a 4-bit SIPO register, it requires 4 clock pulses as it needs n clock pulses to enter n bit of data.

## What will be output of register after 2 clock pulses?

After the first clock pulse, the value of the register is 1000. After the second clock pulse, the value of the register is 0100.

## How many clock pulses will be required to completely load serially a 5 bit?

How many clock pulses will be required to completely load serially a 5-bit shift register? Explanation: A register is a collection of FFS. To load a bit, we require 1 clock pulse for 1 shift register. So, for 5-bit shift register we would require of 5 clock pulses.

## How many clock pulses are required for storing 4 bits in piso?

We require 1 clock pulse for 1 shift register.

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## What are the four conversion processes of shift register?

There are four different modes in which shift registers operate. These modes are determined by how the bits of data are shifted through the register.

Shift Register Types & Operations

1. Serial In-Serial Out (SISO) Shift Register. …
2. Serial In-Parallel Out (SIPO) Shift Register. …
3. Parallel In-Serial Out (PISO) Shift Register.

## What is 4 bit shift register?

These 4-bit registers feature parallel inputs, parallel outputs, J-K serial inputs, shift/load control input, and a direct overriding clear. The registers have two modes of operation: parallel (broadside) load, and shift (in the direction QA and QD).

## How many clock pulses are required to shift out read display the 8 bit data from a SIPO shift register?

In serial transmission, data enters one bit at a time. So, the total delay = 0.5*8 = 4 micro seconds time is required to transmit information of 8 bits.