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- What is meant by logic high or low 3 answers
I am reading about "flip flop" circuits (and I've bought one as an integrated circuit to mess with). When it says that when the SET goes high, then Q (output) will be high, what is "high" in relation to? Could I feed in -5v and call that low, while 0v is high? Or connect +5v and call that high and 0v low? Or are flip flops usually biased so that they expect a positive or negative voltage at their terminals?
The IC that I bought has the following terminals: SET, RESET, DATA, CLOCK, Q and Q(with bar over it).