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Can someone guide me to draw this below diagram. A start would be great help...I will continue the rest.

Combination LFSR

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    Welcome to TeX.SX. Questions about how to draw specific graphics that just post an image of the desired result are really not reasonable questions to ask on the site. Please post a minimal compilable document showing that you've tried to produce the image and then people will be happy to help you with any specific problems you may have. See minimal working example (MWE) for what needs to go into such a document. Aug 6, 2016 at 5:22
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    You could have a look at the chains library of tikz. Aug 6, 2016 at 5:56

3 Answers 3

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With tikz matrix library.

\documentclass[margin=5mm]{standalone}
\usepackage{tikz}
\usetikzlibrary{matrix,positioning,calc,fit}

\tikzset{circ/.style={draw,circle,node distance=2mm,inner sep=0.1pt},topath/.style={to path={|-(\tikztotarget)}}}
\begin{document}


\begin{tikzpicture}
\matrix (M) [matrix of math nodes,nodes={draw,minimum width=7mm},column sep=-\pgflinewidth,row sep=1cm]
{
a_{10} & a_9 & a_8 & a_7 & a_6 & a_5 & a_4 & a_3 & a_2 & a_1 & a_0 \\
a_{10} & a_9 & a_8 & a_7 & a_6 & a_5 & a_4 & a_3 & a_2 & a_1 & a_0 \\
a_{10} & a_9 & a_8 & a_7 & a_6 & a_5 & a_4 & a_3 & a_2 & a_1 & a_0 \\
a_{10} & a_9 & a_8 & a_7 & a_6 & a_5 & a_4 & a_3 & a_2 & a_1 & a_0 \\
       &     &     &     &     & a_5 & a_4 & a_3 & a_2 & a_1 & a_0 \\
       &     &     &     &     & a_5 & a_4 & a_3 & a_2 & a_1 & a_0 \\
       &     &     &     &     & a_5 & a_4 & a_3 & a_2 & a_1 & a_0 \\              
};

\foreach \i/\j in {1/9,2/3,2/4,2/9,3/2,3/4,3/5,3/6,3/7,
3/8,3/9,4/2,4/5,4/10,5/8,5/9,5/10,6/7,6/9,6/10,7/7,7/9,7/10}
{\node (c-\i-\j) [circ,above=of M-\i-\j]{$+$};
\draw[->] (M-\i-\j)--(c-\i-\j);}

% arrows ----  

\draw[->] (M-1-11)edge [topath](c-1-9)  (c-1-9)-| ($(M-1-1.west)+ (-3mm,0)$)--(M-1-1);

\draw[->] (M-2-11)edge [topath](c-2-9)  (c-2-9)  edge (c-2-4) (c-2-4) edge (c-2-3) (c-2-3)-| ($(M-2-1.west)+ (-3mm,0)$)--(M-2-1);

\draw[->] (M-3-11)edge [topath](c-3-9)  (c-3-9)  edge (c-3-8) (c-3-8) edge (c-3-7) (c-3-7) edge (c-3-6) (c-3-6) edge (c-3-5) (c-3-5) edge (c-3-4) (c-3-4) edge (c-3-2) (c-3-2)-| ($(M-3-1.west)+ (-3mm,0)$)--(M-3-1);

\draw[->] (M-4-11)edge [topath](c-4-10) (c-4-10) edge (c-4-5) (c-4-5) edge (c-4-2) (c-4-2)-| ($(M-4-1.west)+ (-3mm,0)$)--(M-4-1);

\draw[->] (M-5-11)edge [topath](c-5-10) (c-5-10) edge (c-5-9) (c-5-9) edge (c-5-8) (c-5-8)-| ($(M-5-6.west)+ (-3mm,0)$)--(M-5-6);

\draw[->] (M-6-11)edge [topath](c-6-10) (c-6-10) edge (c-6-9) (c-6-9) edge (c-6-7) (c-6-7)-| ($(M-6-6.west)+ (-3mm,0)$)--(M-6-6);

\draw[->] (M-7-11)edge [topath](c-7-10) (c-7-10) edge (c-7-9) (c-7-9) edge (c-7-7) (c-7-7)-| ($(M-7-6.west)+ (-3mm,0)$)--(M-7-6);

% -----------

\coordinate (flc) at ($(M.south east)+(1.5,0)$);
\coordinate (frc) at ($(M.north east)+(3,0)$);
\node(s)[draw, fit=(flc) (frc),inner sep=0pt] {$f$};
\foreach \j in {1,2,...,7}  
{\draw (M-\j-11)--(M-\j-11 -| flc);}

\end{tikzpicture}

\end{document}

Output

enter image description here

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  • You mean matrix library, not array? Nice answer (+1).
    – Zarko
    Aug 6, 2016 at 7:51
  • Yes :) corrected
    – Salim Bou
    Aug 6, 2016 at 7:59
  • You are a life saver !!! its 4am here...needed to submit morning...thanks a ton !! Aug 6, 2016 at 8:04
  • 4am!! from america :). good luck @NiyazMurshed
    – Salim Bou
    Aug 6, 2016 at 8:22
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Here is my take using chains as was suggest in comments. (UPDATE: added few missing edges.)

\documentclass{standalone}
\usepackage{tikz}
\usetikzlibrary{chains, positioning, shapes, arrows}

\begin{document}
\begin{tikzpicture}[start chain=1 going left,
    start chain=2 going left,
    start chain=3 going left,
    start chain=4 going left,
    start chain=5 going left,
    start chain=6 going left,
    start chain=7 going left,]
  \tikzstyle{abox}=[draw,minimum width=2.5em,minimum height=2.5em]
  \tikzstyle{acircle}=[draw,circle,minimum size=1em,inner sep=0pt]
  \tikzstyle{boxchain}=[node distance=0pt]
  \tikzstyle{arrowline}=[draw, -latex']
  \def\chainshift{7em}
  \def\connectionsep{1.5em}

  \begin{scope}[boxchain]
    \foreach \i in {0,...,10}{
      \node [on chain=1, abox] (ch1a\i) {$a_{\i}$};
    }
  \end{scope}

  \begin{scope}[boxchain]
    \node [on chain=2,abox,yshift=-\chainshift] (ch2a0) {$a_0$};
    \foreach \i in {1,...,10}{
      \node [on chain=2, abox] (ch2a\i) {$a_{\i}$};
    }
  \end{scope}

  \begin{scope}[boxchain]
    \node [on chain=3,abox,yshift=-2*\chainshift] (ch3a0) {$a_0$};
    \foreach \i in {1,...,10}{
      \node [on chain=3, abox] (ch3a\i) {$a_{\i}$};
    }
  \end{scope}

  \begin{scope}[boxchain]
    \node [on chain=4,abox,yshift=-3*\chainshift] (ch4a0) {$a_0$};
    \foreach \i in {1,...,10}{
      \node [on chain=4, abox] (ch4a\i) {$a_{\i}$};
    }
  \end{scope}

  \begin{scope}[boxchain]
    \node [on chain=5,abox,yshift=-4*\chainshift] (ch5a0) {$a_0$};
    \foreach \i in {1,...,5}{
      \node [on chain=5, abox] (ch5a\i) {$a_{\i}$};
    }
  \end{scope}

  \begin{scope}[boxchain]
    \node [on chain=6,abox,yshift=-5*\chainshift] (ch6a0) {$a_0$};
    \foreach \i in {1,...,5}{
      \node [on chain=6, abox] (ch6a\i) {$a_{\i}$};
    }
  \end{scope}

  \begin{scope}[boxchain]
    \node [on chain=7,abox,yshift=-6*\chainshift] (ch7a0) {$a_0$};
    \foreach \i in {1,...,5}{
      \node [on chain=7, abox] (ch7a\i) {$a_{\i}$};
    }
  \end{scope}

  \node [abox, minimum height={6*\chainshift+2em}, right=4em of ch4a0] (f) {$\mathit{f}$};
  \path [draw] (f.east) -- ([xshift=3em]f.east);

  % Connections from chains towards f.
  \foreach \i in {1,...,7}{
    \path [draw] (ch\i a0) -- (ch\i a0-|f.west);
  }

  % Chain 1 connections

  \node [acircle,above=\connectionsep of ch1a2] (p-ch1a2) {$+$};
  \path [arrowline] (ch1a0) --(p-ch1a2-|ch1a0) |- (p-ch1a2);
  \path [arrowline] (ch1a2) -- (p-ch1a2);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch1a2) -- ([xshift=-1.5em]p-ch1a2-|ch1a10.west) |- (ch1a10.west);

  % Chain 2 connections

  \foreach \i in {2,7,8}{
    \node [acircle,above=\connectionsep of ch2a\i] (p-ch2a\i) {$+$};
    \path [arrowline] (ch2a\i) -- (p-ch2a\i);
  }
  \path [arrowline] (ch2a0) --(p-ch2a2-|ch2a0) |- (p-ch2a2);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch2a2) -- (p-ch2a7);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch2a7) -- (p-ch2a8);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch2a8) -- ([xshift=-1.5em]p-ch2a8-|ch2a10.west) |- (ch2a10.west);

  % Chain 3 connections

  \foreach \i in {2,...,7,9}{
    \node [acircle,above=\connectionsep of ch3a\i] (p-ch3a\i) {$+$};
    \path [arrowline] (ch3a\i) -- (p-ch3a\i);
  }
  \foreach \i in {3,...,7}{
    % Edges between individual pluses.
    \pgfmathsetmacro{\j}{int(\i-1)}
    \path [arrowline] (p-ch3a\j) -- (p-ch3a\i);
  }
  \path [arrowline] (ch3a0) --(p-ch3a2-|ch3a0) |- (p-ch3a2);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch3a7) -- (p-ch3a9);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch3a9) -- ([xshift=-1.5em]p-ch3a9-|ch3a10.west) |- (ch3a10.west);

  % Chain 4 connections

  \foreach \i in {1,6,9}{
    \node [acircle,above=\connectionsep of ch4a\i] (p-ch4a\i) {$+$};
    \path [arrowline] (ch4a\i) -- (p-ch4a\i);
  }
  \path [arrowline] (ch4a0) --(p-ch4a1-|ch4a0) |- (p-ch4a1);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch4a1) -- (p-ch4a6);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch4a6) -- (p-ch4a9);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch4a9) -- ([xshift=-1.5em]p-ch4a9-|ch4a10.west) |- (ch4a10.west);

  % Chain 5 connections

  \foreach \i in {1,...,3}{
    \node [acircle,above=\connectionsep of ch5a\i] (p-ch5a\i) {$+$};
    \path [arrowline] (ch5a\i) -- (p-ch5a\i);
  }
  \foreach \i in {2,3}{
    % Edges between individual pluses.
    \pgfmathsetmacro{\j}{int(\i-1)}
    \path [arrowline] (p-ch5a\j) -- (p-ch5a\i);
  }
  \path [arrowline] (ch5a0) --(p-ch5a1-|ch5a0) |- (p-ch5a1);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch5a3) -- ([xshift=-1.5em]p-ch5a3-|ch5a5.west) |- (ch5a5.west);

  % Chain 6 connections

  \foreach \i in {1,3,4}{
    \node [acircle,above=\connectionsep of ch6a\i] (p-ch6a\i) {$+$};
    \path [arrowline] (ch6a\i) -- (p-ch6a\i);
  }
  \path [arrowline] (ch6a0) --(p-ch6a1-|ch6a0) |- (p-ch6a1);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch6a1) -- (p-ch6a3);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch6a3) -- (p-ch6a4);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch6a4) -- ([xshift=-1.5em]p-ch6a4-|ch6a5.west) |- (ch6a5.west);

  % Chain 7 connections

  \foreach \i in {1,2,4}{
    \node [acircle,above=\connectionsep of ch7a\i] (p-ch7a\i) {$+$};
    \path [arrowline] (ch7a\i) -- (p-ch7a\i);
  }
  \path [arrowline] (ch7a0) --(p-ch7a1-|ch7a0) |- (p-ch7a1);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch7a1) -- (p-ch7a2);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch7a2) -- (p-ch7a4);
  \path [arrowline] (p-ch7a4) -- ([xshift=-1.5em]p-ch7a4-|ch7a5.west) |- (ch7a5.west);


\end{tikzpicture}
\end{document}

result

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As comment/supplement to @wilx nice answer. With some effort to make code more concise and organized along presented shift registers. For determining box for function f is employed TikZ library calc. Also is omitted obsolete syntax for defining nodes styles:

\documentclass[tikz,border=3mm]{standalone}
\usetikzlibrary{arrows, calc, chains, positioning}

\begin{document}
    \begin{tikzpicture}[
node distance = 4mm and 0mm,
   box/.style = {shape=rectangle, draw, minimum size=2em, outer sep=0pt, on chain=#1},
   sum/.style = {shape=circle, draw, inner sep=0pt, node contents={$+$}},
every path/.append style = {-latex'}
                        ]
\def\scopeyshift{19mm}
% first
    \begin{scope}[start chain=ch1 going left]
\foreach \i in {0,...,10}{\node [box=ch1] (ch1-\i) {$a_{\i}$};}
\node (c2) [sum,above=of ch1-2];
\draw (ch1-0) |- (c2);
\draw (c2) -| ([xshift=-5mm] ch1-10.west) -- (ch1-10);
\draw (ch1-2) -- (c2); 
    \end{scope}
% second   
    \begin{scope}[start chain=ch2 going left,yshift=-\scopeyshift]
\foreach \i in {0,...,10}{\node [box=ch2] (ch2-\i) {$a_{\i}$};}
\foreach \j in {2,7,8}
{
\node   (c\j) [sum,above=of ch2-\j];
\draw   (ch2-\j) -- (c\j);
}
\draw   (ch2-0) |- (c2)
        (c2) edge (c7)    (c7) edge (c8)
        (c8) -| ([xshift=-5mm] ch2-10.west) -- (ch2-10);
    \end{scope}
% third
    \begin{scope}[start chain=ch3 going left,yshift=-2*\scopeyshift]
\foreach \i in {0,...,10}{\node [box=ch3] (ch3-\i) {$a_{\i}$};}
\foreach \j in {2,...,7,9}
{
\node   (c\j) [sum,above=of ch3-\j];
\draw   (ch3-\j) -- (c\j);
}
\draw   (ch3-0) |- (c2)
        (c2) edge (c3)  (c3) edge (c4)  (c4) edge (c5)  
        (c5) edge (c6)  (c6) edge (c7)  (c7) edge (c9)
        (c9) -| ([xshift=-5mm] ch3-10.west) -- (ch3-10);
    \end{scope}
% forth
    \begin{scope}[start chain=ch4 going left,yshift=-3*\scopeyshift]
\foreach \i in {0,...,10}{\node [box=ch4] (ch4-\i) {$a_{\i}$};}
\foreach \j in {1,6,9}
{
\node   (c\j) [sum,above=of ch4-\j];
\draw   (ch4-\j) -- (c\j);
}
\draw   (ch4-0) |- (c1)
        (c1) edge (c6)  (c6) edge (c9)
        (c9) -| ([xshift=-5mm] ch4-10.west) -- (ch4-10);
    \end{scope}
% five
    \begin{scope}[start chain=ch5 going left,yshift=-4*\scopeyshift]
\foreach \i in {0,...,5}{\node [box=ch5] (ch5-\i) {$a_{\i}$};}
\foreach \j in {1,2,3}
{
\node   (c\j) [sum,above=of ch5-\j];
\draw   (ch5-\j) -- (c\j);
}
\draw   (ch5-0) |- (c1)
        (c1) edge (c2)  (c2) edge (c3)
        (c3) -| ([xshift=-5mm] ch5-5.west) -- (ch5-5);
    \end{scope}
% sixt
    \begin{scope}[start chain=ch6 going left,yshift=-5*\scopeyshift]
\foreach \i in {0,...,5}{\node [box=ch6] (ch6-\i) {$a_{\i}$};}
\foreach \j in {1,3,4}
{
\node   (c\j) [sum,above=of ch6-\j];
\draw   (ch6-\j) -- (c\j);
}
\draw   (ch6-0) |- (c1)
        (c1) edge (c3)  (c3) edge (c4)
        (c4) -| ([xshift=-5mm] ch6-5.west) -- (ch6-5);
    \end{scope}
% seven
    \begin{scope}[start chain=ch7 going left,yshift=-6*\scopeyshift]
\foreach \i in {0,...,5}{\node [box=ch7] (ch7-\i) {$a_{\i}$};}
\foreach \j in {1,2,4}
{
\node   (c\j) [sum,above=of ch7-\j];
\draw   (ch7-\j) -- (c\j);
}
\draw   (ch7-0) |- (c1)
        (c1) edge (c2)  (c2) edge (c4)
        (c4) -| ([xshift=-5mm] ch7-5.west) -- (ch7-5);
    \end{scope}
% function (interleave?)
\path   let \p1 = ($(ch1-0.north)-(ch7-0.south)$),
            \n1 = {veclen(\y1,\x1)} in 
        node[draw,minimum height=\n1, inner sep=3mm,
             below right=0mm and 11mm of ch1-0.north east] (f) {$f$};
\foreach \i in {1,...,7}{\draw (ch\i-0) -- (ch\i-0 -| f.west);}
\draw   (f) -- ([xshift=11mm] f.east);
    \end{tikzpicture}
\end{document}

MWE gives:

enter image description here

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