RSFQ circular shift registers

@article{Mancini1997RSFQCS,
  title={RSFQ circular shift registers},
  author={C Mancini and Nada Vukovic and A. M. Herr and Kris Gaj and M. F. Bocko and M. Feldman},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity},
  year={1997},
  volume={7},
  pages={2832-2835}
}
The circular shift register is a versatile building block for RSFQ digital circuits. It can be used for local memory and it is essential for the proposed implementation of residue number system arithmetic. It is surprising that the successful recurrent operation of such a shift register has never been reported m the RSFQ literature. Circular shift registers have a design constraint that is unusual in RSFQ circuits-the requirement of zero overall clock skew. We propose and analyze three novel… CONTINUE READING

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