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  • 2 years ago

How do you construct a JK Flip-flop from a T Flip-flop?

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  1. knowelectronics
    • 2 years ago
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    Its very simple. All you have to do is short J and K inputs i.e. same inputs go into both J and K.

  2. vkp
    • 2 years ago
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    Actually T flip flop is the special case of J-K flip flop when both the inputs of J-K flip flop are equal to 1 ( or logic high) j=k=1. Knowelectronics has well explained about its designing. A very good use of this flip flop or J=K=1 condition is in counters

  3. praveenroyg
    • 2 years ago
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    The J-K flip flop is universal and can be used to make any of the other times. I agree with knowelctronics and VKP that it can be used in counters. Adding the practical use of conversion here . When you are working on ASIC or SOC Desingn, In the ECO stage if you want T or D flipflop and you have only JK flipflops then this conversion techniques can be helpfull. similarly MUX conversions are helpful in realising combinational gates.

  4. Dean.Shyy
    • one year ago
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    J-K Flip Flop here: http://is.gd/xZfYYr T flip flop here: http://is.gd/GDxnPH

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