Sequential logic gates - sr flip flop, Computer Engineering

Sequential Logic Gates

SR flip flop

951_SR flip flop.png                                         1675_SR flip flop3.png

             537_SR flip flop1.png                                                          1332_SR flip flop2.png

1)         S and R are normally held at 0 so that the outputs remain constant in one of the Q =  601_SR flip flop.png states.

2)         A sequence of 0 to 1 to 0 on the S input will ensure that Q = 1 and Q' = 0. (Set action.)

3)         A sequence of 0 to 1 to 0 on the R input will ensure that Q = 0 and Q' = 1. (Reset)

4)         Circuits are designed so that S = R = 1 never occurs so that Q is always the inverse of Q'.  Often the Q' output is labelled2449_SR flip flop1.pngon commercial devices.

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