Random Access Memory

The RAM operates as a random access read-write memory of sixteen registers of 20-bits each. Information is shifted serially into and out of selected registers during a word time. the RAM accepts a five bit instruction command to control its operation. Four bits select one of sixteen registers and one bit controls the read or read/write mode of the selected register. The one output from the RAM is the contents of the selected register.

F14 RAM Random Access Memory

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