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Please comrades I want to find out when a SET states and a RESET state are obtained in an RS flip flop.
The Net has been confusing me with conflicting facts but l know this learned and honored group will settle it for me as you always do
is the state determined by the S (SET) input or the Q output? Is the criteria the same for both the NOR and NAND gates?
Thank you
 
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Pimpom

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On 7/14/2020 1:39 PM, fynnashba@gmail.com wrote:
Please comrades I want to find out when a SET states and a RESET state are obtained in an RS flip flop.
The Net has been confusing me with conflicting facts but l know this learned and honored group will settle it for me as you always do
is the state determined by the S (SET) input or the Q output? Is the criteria the same for both the NOR and NAND gates?
Thank you
In electronics, as in most things, the output is determined by
the input. In its basic form, S (SET) makes the Q output go high.
R (RESET) makes the output return to the way it was before, that
is, it resets the state of the output.

This type of question is best asked in sci.electronics.basics
 
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Pimpom

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On 7/14/2020 1:39 PM, fynnashba@gmail.com wrote:
Please comrades I want to find out when a SET states and a RESET state are obtained in an RS flip flop.
The Net has been confusing me with conflicting facts but l know this learned and honored group will settle it for me as you always do
is the state determined by the S (SET) input or the Q output? Is the criteria the same for both the NOR and NAND gates?
Thank you
In electronics, as in most things, the output is determined by
the input. In its basic form, S (SET) makes the Q output go high.
R (RESET) makes the output return to the way it was before, that
is, it resets the state of the output.

This type of question is best asked in sci.electronics.basics
 
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server

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On Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 12:44:51 PM UTC+1, Pimpom wrote:
On 7/14/2020 1:39 PM, fynnashba@gmail.com wrote:
Please comrades I want to find out when a SET states and a RESET state are obtained in an RS flip flop.
The Net has been confusing me with conflicting facts but l know this learned and honored group will settle it for me as you always do
is the state determined by the S (SET) input or the Q output? Is the criteria the same for both the NOR and NAND gates?
Thank you


In electronics, as in most things, the output is determined by
the input. In its basic form, S (SET) makes the Q output go high.
R (RESET) makes the output return to the way it was before, that
is, it resets the state of the output.

This type of question is best asked in sci.electronics.basics
Thank you very much
 
S

server

Guest
On Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 12:44:51 PM UTC+1, Pimpom wrote:
On 7/14/2020 1:39 PM, fynnashba@gmail.com wrote:
Please comrades I want to find out when a SET states and a RESET state are obtained in an RS flip flop.
The Net has been confusing me with conflicting facts but l know this learned and honored group will settle it for me as you always do
is the state determined by the S (SET) input or the Q output? Is the criteria the same for both the NOR and NAND gates?
Thank you


In electronics, as in most things, the output is determined by
the input. In its basic form, S (SET) makes the Q output go high.
R (RESET) makes the output return to the way it was before, that
is, it resets the state of the output.

This type of question is best asked in sci.electronics.basics
Thank you very much
 
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John Robertson

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On 2020/07/14 11:14 a.m., fynnashba@gmail.com wrote:
On Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 12:44:51 PM UTC+1, Pimpom wrote:
On 7/14/2020 1:39 PM, fynnashba@gmail.com wrote:
Please comrades I want to find out when a SET states and a RESET state are obtained in an RS flip flop.
The Net has been confusing me with conflicting facts but l know this learned and honored group will settle it for me as you always do
is the state determined by the S (SET) input or the Q output? Is the criteria the same for both the NOR and NAND gates?
Thank you


In electronics, as in most things, the output is determined by
the input. In its basic form, S (SET) makes the Q output go high.
R (RESET) makes the output return to the way it was before, that
is, it resets the state of the output.

This type of question is best asked in sci.electronics.basics

Thank you very much
Visit Don Lancaster\'s web site.

https://tinaja.com/

He wrote some great books on TTL logic and made clear a lot of questions
I had about digital logic when I first started out, as I was never
formally trained in electronics servicing or Boolean Logic.

Note he has many free ebooks!

John :-#)#

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John Robertson

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On 2020/07/14 11:14 a.m., fynnashba@gmail.com wrote:
On Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 12:44:51 PM UTC+1, Pimpom wrote:
On 7/14/2020 1:39 PM, fynnashba@gmail.com wrote:
Please comrades I want to find out when a SET states and a RESET state are obtained in an RS flip flop.
The Net has been confusing me with conflicting facts but l know this learned and honored group will settle it for me as you always do
is the state determined by the S (SET) input or the Q output? Is the criteria the same for both the NOR and NAND gates?
Thank you


In electronics, as in most things, the output is determined by
the input. In its basic form, S (SET) makes the Q output go high.
R (RESET) makes the output return to the way it was before, that
is, it resets the state of the output.

This type of question is best asked in sci.electronics.basics

Thank you very much
Visit Don Lancaster\'s web site.

https://tinaja.com/

He wrote some great books on TTL logic and made clear a lot of questions
I had about digital logic when I first started out, as I was never
formally trained in electronics servicing or Boolean Logic.

Note he has many free ebooks!

John :-#)#

--
(Please post followups or tech inquiries to the USENET newsgroup)
John\'s Jukes Ltd.
MOVED to #7 - 3979 Marine Way, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5J 5E3
(604)872-5757 (Pinballs, Jukes, Video Games)
www.flippers.com
\"Old pinballers never die, they just flip out.\"
 
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