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flip-flop

A condition in which the reduction in fraction of inspired oxygen to reduce hypoxemia in infants causes a persistent and greater-than-expected decrease in oxygen tension (Pao2).
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Comparative analysis of average power consumption, propagation delay, and area (number of transistors) for different glitch-free dual edge triggered flip-flop designs are shown in Figure 6, which reports that the proposed novel circuit design has the lowest average power consumption, the smallest area, and lowest propagation delay in comparison with other existing dual edge triggered flip-flop designs.
1: Design of Flip-flop using two latches and for the design of pulsed latch.
Moreover, the number of clocked transistors in m[C.sup.2]MOSff1 is six as compared to eight in case of TGFF or conventional clocked inverter based flip-flop [C.sup.2]MOSff [23].
To evaluate the performance of the different data retention flip-flops, the standard transmission gate flip-flop (ST-TG-FF) is also simulated.
Schematics of jitter cleaning and synchronisation flip-flops are same as of prescaler logic flip-flop, but without AND logic at the input.
Wear a sturdy pair of flip-flops when walking around a public pool, at the beach, in hotel rooms and in locker room areas.
Hence, if the pulse width is shortened, flip-flop 1 might not change its output state.
The short impulse from the edge-detector is used to set to zero the TR flip-flop and the corresponding T2.x flip-flop into RG-Ack.
The interview has been issued with a free pair of flip-flops."
Non flip-flop wearers get in a panic about displaying their naked feet, which may look pale and uninteresting.
I also take pleasure in wearing 'flip-flops,' a simple item of footwear that allows my tootsies to breathe and saves on washing socks.
Flip-Flop Fun comes with black sandals in a choice of size, four pearlescent 3-D fabric paint colors, colorful jewels, sequins, and nontoxic glue.