Learn the Analysis of a Set-Reset Flip-flop with Deeds


  • Nur Insyirah Syamila Hassan Student


Unlike Combinational Logic circuits that change state depending upon the actual signals being applied to their inputs at that time, Sequential Logic circuits have some form of inherent “Memory” built in.

This means that sequential logic circuits are able to take into account their previous input state as well as those actually present, a sort of “before” and “after” effect is involved with sequential circuits.

In other words, the output state of a “sequential logic circuit” is a function of the following three states, the “present input”, the “past input” and/or the “past output”. Sequential Logic circuits remember these conditions and stay fixed in their current state until the next clock signal changes one of the states, giving sequential logic circuits “Memory”.


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How to Cite

Hassan, N. I. S. . (2022). Learn the Analysis of a Set-Reset Flip-flop with Deeds. Proceedings of the Informatics Conference, 8(17). Retrieved from https://ojs.journals.unisel.edu.my/index.php/icf/article/view/221