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a flip-flop or latch is a circuit that has two stable states and can be used to store state information.

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I was studying digital electronics, especially latches and flip-flops and the like and I came to understand that flip-flops are basically memory storage elements, in that case why would I need configu …
asked Mar 6 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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The equation for a D flip flop is Q(n+1)=D.C+Q(n).C'. This means that when Clock is 1, the data is written to the output, but when clock is zero, the data is in read mode and cannot be written. The Q …
answered Mar 2 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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I am studying synchronous digital circuits and I have come to the conclusion that master slave flip flops are edge triggered? Is my study correct? If master slave versions ARE edge triggered, why do w …
asked Mar 7 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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I was reading about master-slave flip flops, used to implement edge triggering and I read that instead of using master slave configurations, using RC coupling to clock inputs could also enable pulse t …
asked Mar 6 '14 by ubuntu_noob