| Experiment 6: flip-flops and feedback devices In this experiment we shall explore the behavior of various types of latches and flip-flops. The objective is to become familiar with flip-flop (FF). FLOPS 49,31 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Utaa eee department eee 205 Lab. Experiment 6: Study of Flip-Flops Objective If you arrange the gates correctly, they will remember an input value. This simple concept is the basis of ram (random access memory) in computers, and also makes it possible to create a wide variety of other useful circuits. FLOPS 27,02 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| The objectives of this laboratory are: To design various latch and flip-flop circuits To measure the non-ideal properties of your circuits and compare the performance of your flip-flop(s) with that of a pre-packaged flip-flop. FLOPS 47,72 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Tutorial: of Frequency Division Data Latch. Another useful feature of the d-type Flip-Flop is as a binary divider, for Frequency Division or as a "divide-by-2" counter. FLOPS 91,77 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Flops, Memory and Parallel Processing and Gaussian elimination We will discuss three important features in the efficiency of Gaussian elimination: floating point operations (flops), memory access and parallel processing. FLOPS 34,72 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Module 4 Applications of Flip-Flops Mechanical switches are employed in digital system as a input devices by witch digital information. FLOPS 79,96 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Jk and Master Slave Flip Flops J and k are possible. When j & k are both active, the value of q will be complemented upon receipt of the clk pulse. This is known as the Toggling mode. It can be used to divide the clock frequency by a factor of two if so desired. FLOPS 7,32 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Introduction to Truth Tables, Logic Expressions and Circuit Simulation in Quartus II In this Lab you will design shift registers and counters, and observe their functionality. FLOPS 12,85 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Lecture 3: Boolean Algebra I the basics We now consider a more complex form of logic circuit for which the (present) output is a function of not only the present input but also previous inputs; ie the output depends on a sequence of input combinations; hence. FLOPS 40,78 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Flip-Flops Binary information can enter a flip-flop in a variety of ways and gives rise to different types of flip-flops. FLOPS 30,46 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Flip-flops and other multivibrators The circuit elements that “remember” are known as multivibrators. Multivibrators are used in all types of digital counting devices, such as watches, and they are the basic memory elements in random access memory (ram) devices in computers. FLOPS 80,28 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| Gates and Flip-Flops Boolean Algebras and logical operations in electronics will be observed. Various truth tables for the logical operations will be made. FLOPS 73,81 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |

| The Clocked rs flip-Flop In the same way that gates are the building blocks of combinatorial circuits, latches and flip-flops are the building blocks of sequential circuits. FLOPS 30,29 Kb. 1 | oxumaq |