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> I have been asked by a coworker this question and thought it would be easy > to answer - no. The only mentions I have seen indicate that J and K just > happen to be adjacent letters of the alphabet. This may be the answer but > does not seem very satisfying. In this context a flip-flop is an electronic bistable memory cell. There are several kinds: D Type, a simple Data flip-flop. S-R Type, slightly more complex Set-Reset J-K Type, more sophisticated still.
Re: What, if anything, doe the 'J-K' in J-K Flip-Flop stand for?
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