# How a register shifts information to right at positive egde of clock

We have given the following question:

Design a 4-bit, shift-right register with D flip flops, and use two of these registers to implement a circuit that detects the sequence (x1,x0)=3,0,2,1 (the rightmost digit, "1" in this case, is the first going in, see example). Information shifts one position right each time a positive edge of CK arrives.

I know how a shift register works, but this thing Information shifts one position right each time a positive edge of CK arrives is confusing me a lot. I do not understand how can we implement a shift-register that shifts the information to right at positive edge of a clock.

MY ATTEMPT:

I have made the following circuit which is wrong: I would be really thankful if someone would help me out and tell me if I a missing something or if I am wrong anywhere. Thanks in advanced.

• contradiction in terminis: I know how a shift register works, but this thing Information shifts one position right each time a positive edge of CK arrives is confusing me a lot. That is the basic of how a shift register works. Apr 6 '18 at 15:33
• how did you confirm that this ckt is wrong ? Apr 6 '18 at 16:08
• I am also totally lost in ---> I know how a shift register works, but this thing Information shifts one position right each time a positive edge of CK arrives is confusing me a lot <---- Thats what a shift register does ofcourse. Apr 6 '18 at 16:13
• Which is your Most Significant Bit ? x1 or x0? Apr 6 '18 at 17:19
• @MITURAJ I confirmed it by the software provided to us. I made this circuit and when I checked my answer the software told 'The circuit behavior is wrong nad is not similar to the correct one'. Apr 6 '18 at 17:26