T Flip Flop

A T flip-flop is a modified form of the JK flip flop. It is called a toggle flip flop because of its toggling operation. T flip-flop is constructed by connecting the J and K inputs, creating a single input called T as shown in the following figure.

t flip flop 1
T Flipflop from JK Flip flop
t flip flop block diagram
T Flip flop block diagram

Working of T Flip flop

The circuit diagram of a T flip-flop is given below:

T Flip flop diagram
T Flip flop circuit diagram

When the clock is set to low, the output remains as it is whether the input signal is set to high or low.

When the clock is high, and the T signal is set to low(0), it will not affect the present state of the output and the response will not change. When the T signal is set to high(1), then it will invert the present output. That is, if the present output is high (1), it converts into low (0); if the present output is low (0), it converts it into high (1). It means it will toggle the output signal.

This operation is described in the following characteristics table and truth table.

Q_tTQ_{t+1}
000
011
101
110
clkTQ_{t+1}
0XQ_t
10Q_t
11\overline{Q_t}

The equation for Q_{t + 1} can be derived from the excitation table using K-map as following.

Q_tQ_{t+1}T
000
011
101
110
t flipflop kmap

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