A bi stable digital device used for storing a bit.
A basic storage circuit that can store only one bit at a time; a synchronous bi stable device.
A condition in a logic network in which the difference in propagation times through two or more 100 paths in the network can produce an erroneous output.
The time interval required for the control levels to be on the inputs to a digital circuits, such as a flip-flop, prior to the triggering the triggering edge of the clock pulse.
The time interval for controls levels to remain on the inputs to a flip-flop after the triggering edge of the clock in order to reliably activate the device.
A ringing on the output of a manual switch due to contact bounce.