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Subject: FIFO

Date: 12/23/99
Posted by: Peter Lawton
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I want to sample a square wave of 60MHz at a rate of some tens of kHz, and output the samples in the same order as they were taken but delayed by a short time. Is a FIFO chip the answer? I've seen one in the RS catalogue with 512 rows, 512 columns and 4 bit field - I'm only interested in one bit. Could I use this chip as a one meg stage shift register for my one bit?

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