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SN7414 Square Wave Generator uses SN7476 JK Flip-Flop for 50% Duty Cycle

by Lewis Loflin

For information on the SN7414 square wave generator see Simple Schmitt Trigger SN7414 Square Wave Generator

The following drawings refer to the above YouTube video.

SN7414 Square Wave Generator uses SN7476 JK Flip-Flop on proto board.Fig. 1 Circuit on proto board.


SN7414 oscillator with SN7476 JK flip-flop circuit diagram.Fig. 2 SN7414 oscillator with SN7476 JK flip-flop circuit diagram.


SN7476 pin connections. Note two complete JK flip-flops.Fig. 3 SN7476 pin connections. Note two complete JK flip-flops.


Differences between SN74LS76A and SN7476 JK flip-flops.Fig. 4 Differences between SN7476 and SN74LS76 JK flip-flops. One is positive edge triggered, the other negative edge triggered respectively. Note the truth tables.


Videos:
My YouTube Videos on Electronics
Introduction to the Arduino Microcontroller
Part 1: Programming Arduino Output
Part 2: Programming Arduino Input
Part 3: Arduino Analog to Digital Conversion
Part 4: Using Arduino Pulse-Width-Modulation
Repost Arduino AC Power Control