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FF exercise "0101" Sequence Detector

FF exercise "0101" Sequence Detector
using 2 D flip-flops to create a Sequence Detector for the sequence: "0101"
for the input: 
00000011111110110010010101010101010100101
matching the expected output: 
0000000000000000000000101010101010100001

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Designing Toggle FlipFlop


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JK FF using MUX

JK FF using MUX

Experiment No 11 b: JK flip flop using 4x1 MUX.


Done by: 

Saranga K. Mahanta

Scholar Id: 18-14-038


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SR FF using MUX

SR FF using MUX

Experiment No 11 a: SR flip flop using 2x1 MUXs.


Done by:

Saranga K. Mahanta

Schl Id: 18-14-038


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LAB6

LAB6
FF

FLİP FLOP


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JK FlipFlop using AND and NOR Gates

JK FlipFlop using AND and NOR Gates

J-K flip-flop is nothing more than an S-R flip-flop with an added layer of feedback. This feedback selectively enables one of the two set/reset inputs so that they cannot both carry an active signal to the multivibrator circuit, thus eliminating the invalid condition.


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JK Flip-Flop using Sequential Logic

JK Flip-Flop using Sequential Logic

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SR Flip Flops using AND and NOR Gates

SR Flip Flops using AND and NOR Gates

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SR Flip-Flop using Sequential Logic

SR Flip-Flop using Sequential Logic

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DLD_Project_Final

DLD_Project_Final

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FLIP-FLOP

FLIP-FLOP
FF

FF Set-Reset, FF Data, FF JK, and FF Toggle


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SR flip flop using MUX

SR flip flop using MUX

SR Flip flop using two 2x1 mux


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Untitled

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FF