## Master Slave Flip-Flop Explained

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 Explained | Race Around Condition in JK Flip-Flop | JK Flip-Flop Truth Table, Excitation table and Timing Diagram

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 Explained | Working, Circuit diagram, Excitation Table and Characteristic Equation of T Flip-Flop

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