74HC165 to 74HC595 Demo 1 [SPIN]

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Before using this code you should read and understand this tutorial and this tutorial. This example combines those into a single example where the 74HC165 inputs are read and then sent out to a 74HC595. The same I/O line constants are used as in both previous examples for clarity, however the next example will show how to reduce the number of I/O lines required by the microcontroller from 6 down to 4 by sharing the CLK and Data lines.

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74HC165 Demo [SPIN] – Tutorial

74HC165 to 74HC595 Demo 1 [SPIN] – Tutorial

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