Bistable

A circuit element that has two stable states, and which the transient application of one or other signals can be made to change state. A bistable often has two outputs - the complement (opposite) of one another, Reset (set to 0) and Preset (set to 1) signals, and means of changing state - typically a JK type where the state of two inputs determines...
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Bistable

Circuit that has two stable states. See also: Astable, Flip Flop, Monostable.
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