Shift Registers – 58

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58. What is the difference between a ring shift counter and a Johnson shift counter?

(a) There is no difference.
(b) A ring is faster.
(c) The feedback is reversed.
(d) The Johnson is faster.

Answer
Answer : (c)
Explanation
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