A flip-flop circuit is a binary logic element with how many stable states?
2
See Wikipedia's article Flip-flop (electronics)
For more information, please see the Tutorialspoint site for the article Digital Circuits - Flip-Flops
Also, see the Geeks for Geeks site for the article Flip-flop types, their Conversion and Applications
And, see the Electronics Tutorials site for the article Sequential Logic Circuits
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What is a flip-flop circuit? A binary sequential logic element with ___stable states.
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See Wikipedia's article Flip-flop (electronics)
For more information, please see the Tutorialspoint site for the article Digital Circuits - Flip-Flops
Also, see the Geeks for Geeks site for the article Flip-flop types, their Conversion and Applications
And, see the Electronics Tutorials site for the article Sequential Logic Circuits
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How many flip-flops are required to divide a signal frequency by 4?
2
From katzelover:
A Flip-flop takes in a signal. The signal is output as either Q or Not Q. By feeding the Not Q back in, the flip-flop divides the frequency by 2. To divide the frequency by 4 you need 2 flip-flops.
Another way to think of this is that you need to be able to count four numbers in binary to divide by 4:
Each flip-flop stores one bit, and you needed two digits (bits) to do that thus you need two flip-flops.
Hint: You have 2 flip-flops.
See Wikipedia's article Flip-flop (electronics)
For more information, please see the Tutorialspoint site for the article Digital Circuits - Flip-Flops
Also, see the Geeks for Geeks site for the article Flip-flop types, their Conversion and Applications
And, see the Electronics Tutorials site for the article Sequential Logic Circuits
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How many bits of information can be stored in a single flip-flop circuit?
1
From kj6prf:
A flip-flop can store a zero or a one, so we can store one bit of information there.
See Wikipedia's article Flip-flop (electronics)
For more information, please see the Tutorialspoint site for the article Digital Circuits - Flip-Flops
Also, see the Geeks for Geeks site for the article Flip-flop types, their Conversion and Applications
And, see the Electronics Tutorials site for the article Sequential Logic Circuits
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How many R-S flip-flops would be required to construct an 8 bit storage register?
8
From wp2ahg:
One flip-flop equates to one storage bit.
Eight flip-flops are required for an 8-bit register.
The SR stands for Set/Reset. A set/reset flip-flop whose output is low when R is high and S is low, high when S is high and R is low, and unchanged when both inputs are low
See Wikipedia's article Flip-flop (electronics)
For more information, please see the Tutorialspoint site for the article Digital Circuits - Flip-Flops
Also, see the Geeks for Geeks site for the article Flip-flop types, their Conversion and Applications
And, see the Electronics Tutorials site for the article Sequential Logic Circuits
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An R-S flip-flop is capable of doing all of the following except:
Operate in toggle mode with R-S inputs held constant and CLK initiated.
The SR stands for Set/Reset. A set/reset flip-flop whose output is low when R is high and S is low, high when S is high and R is low, and unchanged when both inputs are low.
Initiating CLK (clock pin) means that a new clock pulse is generated, causing the flop to check the input pin D, and then remember the signal's value.
See the Electronics Tutorial site for the article The Toggle Flip-flop
And, see the ECStudio site for the article D Flip-Flop
Please see the Circuit Globe site for the article on RS Flip Flop
See Wikipedia's article Flip-flop (electronics)
For more information, please see the Tutorialspoint site for the article Digital Circuits - Flip-Flops
Also, see the Geeks for Geeks site for the article Flip-flop types, their Conversion and Applications
And, see the Electronics Tutorials site for the article Sequential Logic Circuits
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