File flops - introduction to microprocessors, Electrical Engineering

File Flops

The flip flop is a one storage biteable   device. The basic  bistable device stores a binary  of inputs  value. the flip flops  are categorized according  to the number  of inputs. The  number of inputs  may be one  or more but output will always be two  i e Q and Q ( normal  and complemented respectively). The types  of flip  flop  are SR  flip  flop p Clocked SR flip flop  D flip  JK flip flop T flip flop  SR flip flop  and D flip  flop  are explained  in this  section.

 

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