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Urgent Help - 0-5 Counter with T and D FlipFlops

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kchriste

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How have you wired the T flipflop into a circuit designed for a D flipflop? Show your diagram with the T flipflop. To make a counter with T flipflops, you would just cascade them into a ripple counter.
 

ericgibbs

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ericgibbs

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It just says flipflops......:confused::rolleyes:
Could you direct me to the exact page please....

KJ

Google for: T flip flop and look at the Wikipedia page.

For some reason my first link does not connect correctly.:)
 

S1nGh

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As said before To use T flipflops I will have to cascade them into ripple counter which I am not sure how to do:eek:
 
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ericgibbs

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As said before To use T flipflops I will have to cascade them into ripple counter which I am not sure how to do:eek:
hi,
You say you know how to make a ripple cntr using D type F/F's.

Consider making the T type F/F act as a D type.

If you use a dual XOR gate from the Q output of a T type, to couple to the next T type input it will function as a D type.

Ground one pin of the XOR

When you have the T F/F's working as a ripple counter add gates to give a reset on the count of '6'.

OK.?:)
 
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