T-Flip Flops And Monostable Circuits EXPLAINED!

A video explaining how T Flip-Flops work.

T Flip-Flop (also known as a toggle or TFF) is a basic circuit that changes polarity (from on to off or off to on) its input signal changes from off to on. This is very useful for many reasons, such as halving the speed of a clock, or changing a 2-state system to a 4-state one, etc.

A T Flip-Flop has a single input T and one output Q. There is also an optional output (“Q bar” or “Not Q”) which is always the opposite of Q.

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