Flip-flop (electronics)

12 Nov

Unlike Combinational Logic circuits that change state depending upon the actual signals being applied to their inputs at that time, Sequential Logic circuits have some form of inherent “Memory” built in to them and they are able to take into account their previous input state as well as those actually present, a sort of “before” and “after” is involved. They are generally termed as Two State or Bistable devices which can have their output set in either of two basic states, a logic level “1” or a logic level “0” and will remain “latched” indefinitely in this current state or condition until some other input trigger pulse or signal is applied which will cause it to change its state once again.

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Posted by on November 12, 2010 in Acadamic, Technology


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