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  1. #1 S R Flip Flop 
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    How does a SR flip flop store a memory bit? Why SR flip flop is easy to implement in IC technology?


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    Quote Originally Posted by RohanSingh
    How does a SR flip flop store a memory bit? Why SR flip flop is easy to implement in IC technology?

    I think you could do some research of your own, before asking...

    Here's something to start with: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flip-flop_(electronics)


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    I have read those pages. Could you plz explain it? I just want to make sure that I have got those correct.
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    an rs flip flop changes state on each clock pulse

    basicly all you are doing is causing one transistor to conduct while the other is at cutoff.
    on the next clock pulse the situation is reversed, the transistor that was conducting is now cutoff while the other is at saturation

    the output of a rs flipflip is taken from one of the transistors collector.
    the output is one if the transistor is saturated.
    the output is zero if the transistor is cutoff

    the flipflop stores info in the output transistor

    this explains a 'normal' flipflop.
    there are also edge triggered flipflops, inverse logic flipflops and jk master slave flipflops. they all operate on the same principle
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    Leopold

    I did not get much out of your post? Could plz suggest some book where I can get the details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RohanSingh
    Could plz suggest some book
    "pratical digital design using ICs" by joseph d. greenfield
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