J-K flip-flop | Article about J-K flip-flop by The Free Dictionary
J-K flip-flop[¦jā¦kā ′flip‚fläp]
A storage stage consisting only of transistors and resistors connected as flip-flops between input and output gates, and working with charge-storage transistors; gives a definite output even when both inputs are 1.
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26 7470: AND-gated positive edge triggered J-K flip-flop
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Intersil's ACS109MS is a dual J-K flip-flop
with set and reset, delivering independent J, K, set, reset and clock inputs and Q and Q outputs.