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SR-flipflop (variant)DescriptionThis example shows two different ways to draw the schematics
for the basic SR flipflop - both depict exactly the same circuit.
In hand-drawn schematics, it is common to use the 'crossed feedback'
lines, because this allows to spot a flipflop at first glance.
Schematics generated by automatic tools, however, might rather use
a layout similar to the second variant.
Note that this makes it clearer that a simple feedback path is the
essential part responsible for the flipflop behavior.
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Impressum | 24.11.06