Pseudorandom/natural code converter with parallel feedback logic configuration

Pseudorandom/natural code converter with parallel feedback logic configuration

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A new serial pseudorandom/natural code converter for the position encoder applications is proposed. A shift register with parallel feedback logic configuration is applied, which provides greater speed of the converter. Concrete examples that show the validity of the functioning of the proposed solution are presented.


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