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FlipFlop as an Feedback Amplifer ?

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Alan_Nesta

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maybe can't
flip-flop used in digital domain where transistors all work in linear or cut-off region, no one in saturation.
 

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For a SR flipflop, two nor gates connected back to back(one output connected as other's input), that indicates the positive feedback.
But a flipflop cann't act as a amplifier because we will get either 0 or vdd as output according to input values. There is no amplified signal of the input.
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flip flop cannot act as a amplifier... it can be used as a feedback but not as amplifier... a flip flop can give an output of either logic 1 or logic 0(excluding metastable state) and how can it act as an amplifier for a given input....
 

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