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Flip-flop (electronics)
In electronics, a flip-flop or latch is a circuit that has two stable states and can be used to store state information – a bistable multivibrator. The
Flip-flop
Flip and Flop, a 1983 video game Flip or Flop, a U.S. television series on HGTV Flip-flop (electronics), a circuit with two stable states Flip-flop (programming)
Latch (disambiguation)
also refer to: Latch, a circuit used to store information, see Flip-flop (electronics) Index lock, a lock on a data-structure LATCH (Lower Anchors and
Excitation table
of a flip-flop, one needs to draw the Q(t) and Q(t + 1) for all possible cases (e.g., 00, 01, 10, and 11), and then make the value of flip-flop such that
Hold time
electronics, the minimum amount of time the data input should be held steady after the clock event for reliable sampling; see Flip-flop (electronics)#Timing
Flop
Indian TV sitcom The Flop House, a film podcast Flip-flop (electronics), the bistable multivibrator, a circuit with two stable states FLOPS, floating point
Low Power Flip-Flop Techniques
Low Power flip-flops are flip-flops that are designed for low-power electronics, such as smartphones and notebooks. A flip-flop, or latch, is a circuit
Metastability (electronics)
and Reset inputs. After both Set and Reset inputs change to false, the flip-flop will (eventually) end up in one of two stable states, one of Q and Q true
FF
outline data Firefox, a web browser developed by Mozilla Foundation Flip-flop (electronics), a digital electronic circuit memory element Form Feed, a control
Signal edge
The trailing edge (or back edge) is the second edge of the pulse. Flip-flop (electronics) Rise time Berger, Arnold S., Hardware and Computer Organization