|Dec7-06, 10:15 PM||#1|
JK flip flop question.
We're analyzing JK flip flop circuits and I don't understand it.
So, Given that J = x, and K = xB' , my notes say that Q+ = JQ' + K'Q. I understand that. Then, substituting, we get xA' + x'A + xB.
I have no idea how that final result was obtained. Can anyone help me with this?
|Dec8-06, 12:03 AM||#2|
Show and think about the circuit.
|Dec8-06, 09:12 AM||#3|
K = x'B
then what's the complement of K?
K' = ?
And look up the excitation tables.
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