Flip Flops in Digital Logic | Flip Flops Types

Flip Flop-

 

A Flip Flop is a memory element that is capable of storing one bit of information.

 

A flip flop has two outputs as shown-

 

 

A flip flop can maintain a binary state for an unlimited period of time as long as-

  • Power is supplied to the circuit.
  • Or until it is directed by an input signal to switch states.

 

A flip flop is also called as Bistable Multivibrator because it has two stable states either 0 or 1.

 

Flip Flops Types-

 

Flip flops are of different types depending on how their inputs and clock pulses cause transition between two states.

There are 4 basic types of flip flops-

 

 

  1. SR Flip Flop
  2. JK Flip Flop
  3. D Flip Flop
  4. T Flip Flop

 

We will discuss about these flip flops one by one.

 

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Flip Flop in digital logic is a memory element capable to store one bit of information. Flip Flops Types- There are 4 types of flip flops- SR Flip Flop, JK Flip Flop, D Flip Flop, T Flip Flop.
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