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3 Bit Asynchronous Up Counter
 
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Ripple Up Counter
 
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Ripple Up Counter Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Ms. Gowthami Swarna, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
Ripple - up counter- Negative Pulse-Digital Electronics
 
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Lectutr by Dr.M.Balasubramanian Ripple - up counter- Negative Pulse is explained with JK flip flop. Here Jk Ff is in toggle condition and the circuit is designed for counting 1 to 15 in ascending order.
Triggering Methods in Flip Flops
 
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Types of clocks triggering | positive edge | negative edge | positive level  negative level PART - 8
 
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EDGE TRIGGERING OF D FLIP FLOP(हिन्दी )!LEARN AND GROW
 
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GATE Solved Problems (2011) | Sequential Circuits | Digital Electronics
 
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Decade (BCD) Ripple Counter
 
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Digital Electronics: Decade (BCD) Ripple Counter
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3-Bit & 4-bit Up/Down Synchronous Counter
 
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JK Flip Flop Examples
 
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A video by Jim Pytel for Renewable Energy Technology students at Columbia Gorge Community College
3-Bit Synchronous Up Counter
 
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4 Bit Asynchronous Up Counter
 
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Application of Synchronous Counters
 
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Application of Synchronous Counters Synchronous or parallel counters are known to be the fastest devices of the kind. The high speed is achieved by a substantial complication of the mircochip's internal structure. This results in the fact that they are more difficult to control if compared to the asynchronous counters and series-carry synchronous counters. That's why synchronous counters should only be used in the cases, when high performance and high digit switching speed is a must. Otherwise the complication of the control circuit is just not worth it. Let's look at some circuits based on synchronous counters. The synchronous counters enable a rather simple implementation of a controlled frequency divider with a conversion factor set by an entry code. In the circuit the carry signal CR produced by the senior counter is supplied to the write enable input EWR. The counters operate in the countdown mode (the zero level signal is supplied to the U/D input). When all the counters reach the null code, a carry signal CR is generated, which switches the devices into the mode of concurrently writing the control code. The next positive edge of the clock C records the entry code in the counters. This results in a new count cycle from the entry code to zero. The next circuit - a generator of a time interval of the set duration - demonstrates how the output carry signal of synchronous counters should be used when required is a single operation cycle. The generator's operation is triggered by a short negative pulse Start, which sets the control flip-flop to one and starts the input signal. The positive signal from the flip-flop output switches the 8-digit synchronous counter from the concurrent write mode to the count mode (on EWR input). The countdown is performed on the positive edge of the clock from the generator. When the counter reaches zero, the next positive edge of the clock writes the carry signal CR into the flip-flop. This concludes the output signal, and the counter switches to the concurrent write mode. The next operation cycle of the generator starts at the Start signal. The use of synchronous counters can be associated with their ability to concurrently write on the clock edge. In the concurrent write mode the counter is viewed as a register actuated by the clock edge. Due to ...
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Lecture19 - Triggering Mechanisms of Flip Flops and Counters
 
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Lecture series on Digital Circuits & Systems by Prof. S. Srinivasan, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Asynchronous Up Counters
 
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Behaviour of Master Slave D Flip Flop
 
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GATE 2015 CS Set 1 Q 47 JK Flip Flop Problem
 
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A positive edge-triggered D flip-flop is connected to a positive edge-triggered JK flip-flop as follows. The Q output of the D flip-flop is connected to both the J and K inputs of the JK flip-flop, while the Q output of the JK flip-flop is connected to the input of the D flip-flop. Initially, the output of the D flip-flop is set to logic one and the output of the JK flip-flop is cleared. Which one of the following is the bit sequence (including the initial state) generated at the Q output of the JK flip-flop when the flip-flops are connected to a free-running common clock? Assume that J = K = 1 is the toggle mode and J = K = 0 is the state holding mode of the JK flip-flops. Both the flip-flops have non-zero propagation delays.
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Timing Diagram for an Asynchronous D Flip Flop
 
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Synchronous Counter designing using d flip flop in hindi | Sequential Circuits | PART - 16
 
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Design a Counter With an Arbitrary Sequence (1/3)
 
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This video is the first of three videos showing how to design a counter with an arbitrary sequence using JK flip flops. The count sequence is 7-3-1-2-5-4-6. Since the sequence requires 7 states, a minimum of 3 bits are required to represent all of the states. For this design 3 JK flip flops will be used. In part 1, a state transition table will be created. The state transition table shows how each of the flip flops changes from one state to the next.
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sec 10 06 to 07 Master--Slave and Edge-Triggered J-K Flip-Flop
 
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Master--Slave and Edge-Triggered J-K Flip-Flop
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Design of synchronous mod 5 counter using jk flip flop
 
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Synchronous MOD 5 counter is designed using JK flip flop watch carefully sometime there is an absence of audio and video synchronization sorry for this👆 If you like the video subscribe my channel..thanks for watching.. watch my other videos also... Important days in June for the competitive exam :https://youtu.be/GCBDZsLey6c VHDL Full adder:https://youtu.be/ss06BG2lBPQ VHDL half Adder: https://youtu.be/xiP9VnvmHvI Design of mod5 counter:https://youtu.be/uv45TEsMMrs TTL NAND gate: https://youtu.be/-pt0D1B9LKw
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The Use of Asynchronous Counters, Controlled ...
 
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The Use of Asynchronous Counters, Controlled Frequency Divider Controlled frequency dividers are a type of dividers with output frequency determined by the control code. Controlled frequency dividers can be built on asynchronous counters. Let us consider, for example, a divider by 2n, where n is a whole number. The 8-bit counter IE19 operates by input signal with clock speed fT. The output 8-input multiplexer KP7 transmits one of the 7 bits of the counter or the input signal to the circuit's output. The channel is selected by the controlling 3-bit input code. For example, when clocked at 10 MHz, i.e., at the input signal period of 100 nanoseconds, the output signal period can be 100 ns, 200 ns, 400 ns, and so on up to 12.8 microseconds. Undesirable short signals may appear at the output of the circuit during control code switch, since no synchronization of the control code is provided. Therefore the circuit should operate as follows: at first the input control code is set, and only then the operation of the other circuit is allowed, the one to which the output signal, generated by our circuit, is sent. In this case there will be no problem. Delays in switching the counter's bits have no influence as only one of its bits is always in use. It is most important for the first bit of the counter to be switched together with frequency f. If the output parallel register is connected to the output of the asynchronous counter, you can achieve simultaneous switching of all output bits of the counter. This circuit will operate correctly if the tracking period of the clock pulse is greater than the settling time of all the counter bits (in this case - 8-bit counter IE19). The inverter is necessary because the counter is triggered by the negative edge of the input signal, while the register is actuated on the positive edge. This solution eliminates the main drawback of the asynchronous counter - uneven assignment of its output bits. However, the 2nd drawback, i.e. the long delay in assigning the output code, remains. It is not possible to eliminate it; you can just switch to other, faster counters.
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Asynchronous Counters
 
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A video by Jim Pytel for Renewable Energy Technology students at Columbia Gorge Community College
GATE 2015 ECE Modulus of a binary counter with synchronous clear input
 
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Modulus refer to no of unique states the counter moves in before repeating. synchronous clear means clear input is in synchronous with clock so the output of counter will not be resetted until a clock edge occurs. Asynchronous clear means clear input is not in synchronous with clock. so it does not wait for the clock for resetting the counter.
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JK Flip flop in Hindi | Digital Electronics by Raj Kumar Thenua | Hindi / Urdu
 
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A JK Flip-Flop is a refinement of the SR Flip-Flop to solve the problem of indeterminate state when both inputs are 1. In JK Flip Flop inputs J and K behave like inputs S and R to set and reset the flip-flop. After watching this video you will be able to:- 1. Explain why JK flip-flop is required over SR Flip-Flop. 2. Describe what is JK flip-flop. 3. Draw and explain the circuit diagram of JK flip-flop 4. Construct SR flip-flop using two NAND gates or two NOR Gates. 5. Write the truth table of SR flipflop At "Learn By Watch" we teach you everything from Electronics Engineering. So, don't forget to subscribe us. Subscription links: YouTube: https://goo.gl/JT9uzi Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/learnywatch Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/learnbywatch Most Popular uploads: https://goo.gl/isq6mo Most Recent uploads: https://goo.gl/U9RL5E We upload Electronics Engineering videos every day at 7:00 PM so don't forget to visit our channel every day at 7:00 PM.
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Sequential Circuit Design Part 1 - Up Counter using JK Flipflop
 
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In this video design of 4-bit synchronous up counter using J-K Flip-flop is explained. Output Transition table is shown, Flip-flop inputs are identified. Using K-map Boolean expression for Flip-flop inputs are obtained. Circuit for positive edge triggered Flip-flop and Output waveform for positive as well as negative edge triggered Flip-flops are shown.
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Shift Register (SISO Mode)
 
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D Flip Flop
 
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D Flip Flop Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Ms. Gowthami Swarna, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
PRESET AND CLEAR INPUT(हिन्दी )!LEARN AND GROW
 
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Synchronous counter example using d flip flop in hindi  flip flops | Digital electronics | PART - 12
 
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Introduction to JK flip flop
 
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Positive Edge Triggered D Flipflop
 
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teahlab.com: In this particular design, three basic Set-Reset Nand Latches are used to implement the D Flipflop. If the D input signal is 0, when the clock signal changes from 0 to 1, then both the lower RS latch and the upper RS latch will RESET -- causing the output RS latch to RESET so that the output Q is 0. If the D input signal is 1, when the clock signal changes from 0 to 1, then both the lower RS latch and the upper RS latch will SET -- causing the output RS latch to SET so that the output Q is 1. For full analysis, Boolean expression, truth table, etc., visit teahlab.com
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