Does such a shift register IC exist?

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testuserabcdef

Joined Jul 12, 2016
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I have an application which can benefit from the output pin arrangement of the 74xx595 series shift registers but the problem is, I don't want to make a separate clock pulse (from the main one) just to see the data at the outputs. The functionality of the 74xx164 is perfect but the output pins are all on the right side of the chip. Is there a chip commonly available that functions like the 74xx164 chips but the outputs are on the lower pins instead of some on top and some on bottom?
 

andrewmm

Joined Feb 25, 2011
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I have an application which can benefit from the output pin arrangement of the 74xx595 series shift registers but the problem is, I don't want to make a separate clock pulse (from the main one) just to see the data at the outputs. The functionality of the 74xx164 is perfect but the output pins are all on the right side of the chip. Is there a chip commonly available that functions like the 74xx164 chips but the outputs are on the lower pins instead of some on top and some on bottom?
22v10 ?
 
The Roman Black shifting technique kind of reminds me the vertical and horizontal syncing in analog TV during the vertical interval period.
 
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