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JK flip flop 0

JK Flip Flop

As we know JK flip flop behaves in the same fashion as an RS flip flop except for one of the entries in the function table. But RS flip flop has big drawback at...

R-S flip-flop 0

RS flip flop

RS flip flop is a basic flip flop where R stands for reset and S stands for set. So S-R flip flop we can call Set-Reset flip flop. Now if you have clear idea...

What is a Flip-Flop 0

What is a Flip-Flop?

Here I discussed very important portion of digital electronics that What is a Flip-Flop? A flip-flop is a bistable circuit. Both of its output states are stable. The circuit remains in a particular output...

What is a demultiplexer 1

What is a demultiplexer?

If we search the answer of the question what is a demultiplexer? The best answer is a dimultiplexer is doing the reverse action on a multiplexer. To know about multiplexer you may follow my...

What is an Encoder? 0

What is an Encoder?

We are very familiar with this term encoder, mainly encoding and decoding. But to understand encoding we have to know first what an encoder is?  So start with an encoder we should know that...

Multiplexer 0

Multiplexer

Here I give you clear idea about a multiplexer and the working principle of it. To know about multiplexer we have to know about what is a multiplexer and how it work? A multiplexer commonly...

Half adder and Full adder circuit 1

Half adder and Full adder circuit

Here i discus on half adder and full adder circuit with truth table, block and circuit diagram. Half-Adder As the name suggests half-adder is an arithmetic circuit block by using this circuit block we...

Karnaugh map 0

What is Karnaugh map (K-map)?

As we know, for any complex digital logic circuit the algebraic expression will be also very complex. And from this expression implementation of hardware is also very difficult and cost effective. So if we...