T FLİP FLOP

EYT1

Joined Apr 7, 2020
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Selam,

Hangi yolla bir çözüm bulabilirim?

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AlbertHall

Joined Jun 4, 2014
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www will tell you the function of a T flip-flop.
Take your best effort and post it here and then we can point you in the right direction if needed.

EYT1

Joined Apr 7, 2020
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www will tell you the function of a T flip-flop.
Take your best effort and post it here and then we can point you in the right direction if needed.

AlbertHall

Joined Jun 4, 2014
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Your diagram shows JK flip flops, not T type.

EYT1

Joined Apr 7, 2020
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Your diagram shows JK flip flops, not T type.
How can I find the output resulting from 4. Clock Pulse?

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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Your diagram shows JK flip flops, not T type.
How does a JKFF behave if, as in the diagram, the inputs are tied together?

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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How can I find the output resulting from 4. Clock Pulse?
There are a few ways, but all of them have at their core walking through the states of the overall machine.

You could make a timing diagram that includes the inputs and outputs of all of the FFs in the circuit.

You could apply the transition rules to each FF for as many clock cycles as needed to get back to your starting state.

You could draw a state diagram by walking through the states and determining which state it goes to for each possible input (you actually don't have any inputs, so this is pretty easy).

EYT1

Joined Apr 7, 2020
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How does a JKFF behave if, as in the diagram, the inputs are tied together?

I don't know, I just want to learn.
How it behaves?

EYT1

Joined Apr 7, 2020
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There are a few ways, but all of them have at their core walking through the states of the overall machine.

You could make a timing diagram that includes the inputs and outputs of all of the FFs in the circuit.

You could apply the transition rules to each FF for as many clock cycles as needed to get back to your starting state.

You could draw a state diagram by walking through the states and determining which state it goes to for each possible input (you actually don't have any inputs, so this is pretty easy).
how can we find a solution by road?

crutschow

Joined Mar 14, 2008
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Your diagram shows JK flip flops, not T type.
When the JK inputs are both high it acts as a T flip flip.

EYT1

Joined Apr 7, 2020
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When the JK inputs are both high it acts as a T flip flip.
How do I find the sequence that occurs after 4 clock pulses?

OBW0549

Joined Mar 2, 2015
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How do I find the sequence that occurs after 4 clock pulses?
You work it out, step by step:
1. Note the state of each flip flop.
2. Note the state of the flip flop's inputs
3. Use the rules governing the operation of the flip flop, plus the above information, to determine the flip flops' states on the next clock pulse.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 until done.
You don't need any more advice than that. Do the work. Figure it out!

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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How do I find the sequence that occurs after 4 clock pulses?
Why do you only care about 4 clock pulses?

What is the starting state? You need a defined starting state in order to figure out what it will be after four clock pulses?

Papabravo

Joined Feb 24, 2006
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Why do you only care about 4 clock pulses?

What is the starting state? You need a defined starting state in order to figure out what it will be after four clock pulses?
In post #1 the initial state was given as 000. Did you miss that?

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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In post #1 the initial state was given as 000. Did you miss that?
Yes, I missed that. Thanks for pointing it out.

EYT1

Joined Apr 7, 2020
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Yes, I missed that. Thanks for pointing it out.
Can you teach me how to create the table?

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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Can you teach me how to create the table?