Flow-through latch and edge-triggered flip-flop
hybrid elements," IEEE Int.
But from  our structure differs in logic function integration: to reach higher operating frequencies not only AND gates at inputs of D flip-flops
but also NAND gate at the output of D flip-flop
in end-of-cycle logic block is combined into D flip-flop
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Furthermore, it is observed from the simulated results that flip-flop
2 doesn't switch its output state at the frequency of 5 GHz but flip-flop
1 does, which implies that the immunity of flip-flop
2 to microwave electromagnetic interference is stronger than that of flip-flop
Selection code from Bus Choice defines in which flip-flop
will be written the new request.
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The interview has been issued with a free pair of flip-flops
wearers get in a panic about displaying their naked feet, which may look pale and uninteresting.
Royal was generally credited with the invention of the flip-flop
, but in our interview he told us that "General Neyland had done it for years at Tennessee -- though we were the only one outside of the Vol crowd to copy it.
Because sediments were rapidly accumulating in these basins at the time of the reversal, the sedimentary record from this region may help researchers study fine details about the magnetic flip-flop
, he says.
which is mainly used to detect and correct the timing errors on critical path and to purposely operate the circuit at sub-critical voltage and tune the operating voltage by monitoring the error rate.