The BITRSHIFT function shifts the bits of the input a certain number of places to the right. Bits on the left are filled with zeroes.
Parts of a BITRSHIFT function
BITRSHIFT(value, shift_amount)
Part  Description  Notes 
value 
The number to be shifted. 

shift_amount 
The number of places to shift the given value. 

Sample formulas
BITRSHIFT(18, 2)
BITRSHIFT(A2, 4)
Notes
Values don't necessarily have to be numbers. Instead, they may be coerced. For example, a string value of "3" can be coerced to be simply 3, and a Boolean value of TRUE can be coerced to 1.
Examples
In the following example, we use BITRSHIFT with values inlined into the function. The value 8 (represented as 1000 in base 2) has its bits shifted right by the shift amount of 2, resulting in 2 (represented as 10 in base 2):
A  B  
1  Formula  Result 
2  =BITRSHIFT(8, 2)  2 
In the next example, a value of 8 being shifted by 2 results in a BITRSHIFT of 2. However, this time we use cell references to use as our values:
A  B  C  
1  Formula  Result  Reference cells 
2  =BITRSHIFT(C2, C3)  2  8 
3  2 
Related function
BITLSHIFT: The BITLSHIFT function shifts the bits of the input a certain number of places to the left. Bits on the right are filled with zeroes (0s).