The Master Slave Flip-Flop is the combination two gated latches, where the one latch act as a Master and the second one act as a slave. The salve latch follows the master output. Using the master slave configuration, the race around condition in the JK flip-flop can be avoided. So, let’s briefly see the race … Read moreMaster Slave Flip-Flop Explained
JK Flip-Flop Symbol and Truth Table In the SR Flip-Flop, when both inputs S and R are 1 then the output of the flip-flop is indeterminate. That issue can be resolved using the JK Flip-Flop. Similar to the SR Flip-Flop, the JK flip-flop has two inputs. And using the two inputs the flip-flop can be … Read moreJK Flip-Flop Explained | Race Around Condition in JK Flip-Flop | JK Flip-Flop Truth Table, Excitation table and Timing Diagram
T Flip-Flop Symbol and Truth Table The T flip-Flop has one input. When the input is 1 then its output toggles. Let’s say the present state of the flip-flop is Qn. So, with T = 1, if Qn = 0 then in the next state, the output of the flip-flop Qn+1 will become 0. And … Read moreT Flip-Flop Explained | Working, Circuit diagram, Excitation Table and Characteristic Equation of T Flip-Flop
In this article, the logic circuit, the truth table, and the working of half adder and full adder are explained. Half Adder The half adder is the logic circuit that adds the two bits and generates the sum bit (S) and carry bit (C) as an output. The truth table of the half adder is … Read moreHalf Adder and Full Adder Explained
What is Logic Gate? The logic gates are very basic building blocks of digital systems. The logic gates are electronic circuits that consist of one or more inputs and one output. The relation between the input and output is based on certain logic. The logic gates have the ability to make certain logical decisions. And … Read moreLogic Gates Explained
The handwritten notes on the Cascode Differential Amplifier/ High-Gain Differential Amplifier
What is Multiplexing? Multiplexing is a technique that allows the simultaneous transmission of multiple signals through a single channel or link. In multiplexing, several signals are combined into a single composite signal and transmitted over a single channel or medium. Using multiplexing the channel bandwidth can be utilized more efficiently or more signals can be … Read moreFrequency Division Multiplexing (FDM) Explained
What is optocoupler? The optocoupler is a circuit/circuit component that optically couples the signal from one circuit to the other circuit and provides electrical isolation (Galvanic isolation) between the two circuits. Since it provides the electrical isolation between the two circuits, it can be used for protecting very important low voltage circuit block from other … Read moreWhat is Optocoupler? How does Optocoupler work? Optocoupler Explained
The handwritten notes on Vestigial Sideband Modulation which covers the basics of this modulation scheme, the advantage of the scheme, where it used and the generation and demodulation of the Vestigial Sideband signal is explained.
The link for the handwritten notes on Single Sideband Modulation (SSB-SC), which covers the basics of the Single Sideband Modulation, Different Methods for SSB generation and Power saving in Single Sideband Modulation.