|Manufacturer Part Number: SN74HC574N
|Manufacturer / Brand: Texas Instruments
|Part of Description: SoC FPGA SN74HC574N
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What is SN74HC574N?
The SN74HC574N is a specific part number for a high-speed CMOS octal D-type flip-flop with 3-state outputs. It is part of the SN74HC series, which is a family of high-speed CMOS integrated circuits.
The SN74HC574N is commonly used in digital electronics for applications such as data storage, data latching, and signal buffering.
Data Storage and Latching:
The SN74HC574N is often used for storing and latching digital data. Each of the eight flip-flops can store a single bit of information.
Parallel Data Transfer:
In systems where parallel data transfer is required, the SN74HC574N can be used to capture and transfer data simultaneously across multiple lines.
Address Latching in Microprocessor Systems:
It is employed in microprocessor systems for latching addresses during memory or I/O operations.
Used as a building block for digital registers, especially in applications where 8-bit data handling is needed.
Bus Register for Data Buses:
The device can be used as a bus register in digital systems to interface with data buses.
Memory Address Register (MAR):
Applied as a Memory Address Register in digital systems where memory addressing is required.
The 3-state outputs of the flip-flops enable signal buffering, allowing the device to drive buses without contention.
Digital Signal Processing (DSP):
In DSP applications, the SN74HC574N may be used for temporary storage of data during processing.
State Storage in Finite State Machines (FSMs):
Employed in digital systems implementing FSMs for state storage.
Used to create control registers in digital systems for storing configuration or control information.
Parallel-to-Serial Data Conversion:
In some applications, the device can be configured for parallel-to-serial data conversion or vice versa.
Test and Measurement Equipment:
Utilized in test and measurement equipment for data storage and manipulation.
Digital Communication Systems:
Found in digital communication systems where parallel data is transmitted and received.
Clock Domain Crossing:
Used in designs involving clock domain crossing to capture data in one clock domain and transfer it to another.
Employed for synchronizing data in systems where data arrival times may vary.