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READY Input

Microprocessor  has to communicate with other  peripherals which  are slow  as compared to the microprocessor. READY  signals  is used to synchronies  these peripherals with microprocessor. If this  signals is high it  means the peripherals  is ready to send accept  data. If it  is low  it means peripherals is not  ready and microprocessor will  wait  until it goes high .

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