7 years ago in Digital Electronics

The main difference between JK and RS flip-flop is that?

[A] JK flip-flop does not need a clock pulse
[B] there is feedback in JK flip-flop
[C] JK flip-flop accepts both inputs as 1
[D] JK flip-flop is acronym of junction cathode multivibrator
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hemasri
hemasri - 4 years ago

hemasri from Bengaluru, India is saying JK flip-flop accepts both inputs as 1 is correct answer

Praveen Chaurasia
Praveen Chaurasia - 4 years ago

Praveen Chaurasia from Indore, India is saying JK flip-flop accepts both inputs as 1 is correct answer

Chamu Kolipakula
Chamu Kolipakula - 4 years ago

Chamu Kolipakula from Vijayawada, India is saying JK flip-flop is acronym of junction cathode multivibrator is correct answer

Surender Saini
Surender Saini - 4 years ago

Surender Saini from India is saying JK flip-flop is acronym of junction cathode multivibrator is correct answer

RAJ VELUGU
RAJ VELUGU - 4 years ago

RAJ VELUGU from India is saying JK flip-flop does not need a clock pulse is correct answer

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