T Flip Flop to D Flip Flop Conversion


in the last presentation we completed the introduction to flip flop conversions and also converted JK flipflop to D flipflop We know our five steps required for this process and we are going to see one example in this presentation In which i will convert T flip flop to D flip flop by using the same five steps so lets move to this without wasting any time our first step is to determine the available and required flipflop so in this case the available flip flop is a t flip flop and required flip flop is d flipflop you can see T flip flop to D flip flop conversion now lets move to our step no 2 In which we will make characteristic table for the required flipflop , that is our D flip flop so lets make it qn D and then q n+1
now you already know in case of d flip flop the q n+1 is nexted same as the value of d , so 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 now q n+1 will be same as d , so 0 1 0 1 so this is the charactersitic table for the required flipflop now we can move towards step no 3 in which we have to make the excitation table for the available flipflop i.e our T flipflop , so lets make the excitation table for it and , you already know that in case of t flipflop the value of t is the odd one’s detected it means when the q n and q n+1 is having the odd ones t is going to be high so let’s compare it 0 0 no ones , so t is going to be 0 0 1 ; definitely an odd one is there , T is 1 1 0 ; 1 and 1 1 even ones are there, so t is now 0 so we are done with our step no.1 at defining the flipflop step no 2: making the characteristic table for the required flipflop step no 3: making the excitation table for the available flipflop now the step no 4 is to determine the boolean expression for t you can do it by any means , for example you can do it by the boolean algebra you can use the k-map but , i am going to write it directly because it’s very simple you can see; t is high only when q n and d is having odd no. of ones like you can see it in these two cases. so t is simply XOR combination of q n and d. so i can write d XOR q n no need to make the k map in this case so this is our step 4 so lets move towards step 5: implementation of the circuit so what is the available flipflop t so we are going to make t flipflop and we are going to do some changes , that t flip flop will work as d flipflop t is our input the clock is definitely there ; this is our clock the two outputs are q n and q n -compliment now let’s see what changes we need to do t=d XOR q n so if i say this is my d and i have to take this qn upto this point like this this is d , this qn then this t is the XOR combinations we need to make XOR gate here like this and now you can see t is d XOR qn so in this way the t flipflop can be converted to a d flipflop A very simple way to perform the conversion of flipflops so, i hope now you get it more clearly that how to do it in our next presentation we are going to do another type of conversion. So see you in the next one.

41 Comments

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  • why there is a bubble in clock

  • Please can you give some videos or any notes related to logic families

  • you people are really awesome…thanks for these tutorials…

  • sir can we convert T to JK or SR and D to JK or SR……

  • Design a T- Flip-Flop using a D Flip-Flop and a multiplexer having one select line.????

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  • I'm a studend in a university and i have a digital course .. I need your help in some pionts , can i contact with you by your email ? Or by any way you prefer ?

  • Sir with the aid of doagram explain how a D flip-flop can be obtained from J-k flip-flop? Please

  • plz can u give all conversions of flip flops

  • Please don't be offended by this, but can you type what you're saying when you write "av" on your tutorial? I'm having a hard time understanding you. Around 0:27 is where I'm talking about.
    Thank you so much for this video!

  • Very much helpful…..

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  • sir I have a question
    which of the gates (only one)can be used to achieve toggle operation ?

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  • sir plzz make a video on conversion of D to T flip flop..

  • Why there is only 2 input to T flip flop(T, CLK).. shouldn't there be 3rd input going in same as "T" ??

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  • very interesting
    very easy to grasp
    concepts are excellent
    speed is appropriate

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  • I thought learning Digital Electronics was tough until i was your videos ^.^

  • It is to learn followed by your videos …thank u very much

  • Sir your all lectures are very nice and easy to understand.

  • sir, you write T = D (xor) Qn , where Qn is past output. And when you draw circuit you take output Qn and Qn complement , why you not take present output which is Qn+1 and Qn+1 complement in circuit diagram of T flip flop
    Please clear my doubt.

  • I need jk to sr flip flop

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  • this is really good, thanks man

  • why the T flip flop is given negative edge triggered clock?

  • Need help..in conversion from…any flip flop to SR ..coz..how to deal with..dont care conditions

  • sir what if I make the circuit of Qn`D+QnD` would that be write and same?? please if anyone can help out.

  • How to convert jk flip flop to t flip flop?

  • Thank u so much sir
    Now i am able to solve any type of probm after these video

  • very helpful for may presentation bra tnx

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  • Is it possible to convert T to JK and D to SR

  • right so a jk flip flop as a d flip flop is same as d flip flop which is a s r flip flop with a not gate … ok now I'm confused

  • thanks very much!

  • Sir please tell me from where should I learn VLSI. Books or any other resources.

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