register circuit

register circuit

[′rej·ə·stər ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
A switching circuit with memory elements that can store from a few to millions of bits of coded information; when needed, the information can be taken from the circuit in the same code as the input, or in a different code.
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"A SISO Register Circuit Tailored for Input Data with Low Transition Probability", Computers IEEE Transactions on, 66: 45 -51.
The main components are a sample-and-hold (S/H) circuit, pont divisor circuit, series of comparators circuits, a multiplexer based encoder circuit, and DFF register circuit. A sample and hold (S/H) circuit is employed to sample and amplify the pixel signal.
The quantum shift register circuit is represented by a set of input qubits, memory qubits, a set of output qubits, and updated memory qubits.
6.2: Serial in parallel out shift register circuit.
6.3: Parallel in serial out shift register circuit.