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It is a 1 bit storage element.

hiral
On 03rd Apr 2012 at 14:16 HRS
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tell me  different types of Flip Flop and what is their appllications??

hir
On 03rd Apr 2012 at 14:19 HRS
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Types of flip_flpos

 typical configuration

 

 - SR (set_reset)

 - D

 - JK

 - T(toggle)

 

typical  techniques

 - master_slave

 - edge_sensitive

 

applications

flip-flop is a basic building block for counters,registers and other sequential control logic.

jalpa
On 04th Apr 2012 at 04:29 HRS
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Types of flip_flop

 

typical configuration

- SR (set_reset)

-D

-JK

-T(toggle)

 

Typical techniques

-edge_sensitive

-master_slave

 

Applications

flip_flop is a basic building block for counters ,registers and other sequential control logic.

jalpa
On 04th Apr 2012 at 04:36 HRS
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what is the application of registers in real world give me an example of real life application................

hiral
On 04th Apr 2012 at 12:35 HRS
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as i told flipflop is 1 bit storage element.and register is group of flip flops.Normay Each register have four or eight flip flops .

 

So 1 register can store 8 or 4 bit data. And our Memory chip is Group of registers .

 

So registers are the buiding block of Memory.

hir
On 05th Apr 2012 at 22:53 HRS
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what is the difference between flipflop and latch.....???????????

sandy
On 08th Apr 2012 at 10:14 HRS
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it is really good question..............

 

Well, both latches and flip-flops are same.Laughing

But the difference is that, a flip-flop will have a clock signal but a latch won't. In othe words when clock is given to flip flop its output is change otherwise output is not changed whreas for latch its output is only depends on its input whenever its i/p canged its o/p also changed.


So, a flip-flop is nothing but a clocked latch!!!!!!!!!!!!

hiral
On 09th Apr 2012 at 11:32 HRS
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what is  level trigerred and edge triggersd flip flop???

hiral
On 09th Apr 2012 at 23:39 HRS
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in level trigger mode, the input signal is sampled when the clock signal is either high or low whereas in edge trigger mode the input signal is sampled at rising or at the falling edge. 
lever triggering is sensitive to glitches whereas edge trigger is non sensitive.. 

example: latch for level trigger and flip-flop for edge trigger

rachana
On 10th Apr 2012 at 11:40 HRS
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