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The mod number of a Johnson counter will be always equal to the number of flip flops used :

  1. same
  2. twice
  3. $2N$ where $N$ is the number of flip flops.
  4. None of the these
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Johnson counter is mod 2N counter. Answer is option (C)
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The answer would be B, right?
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option c

In johnsan counter if you have n number of flip flop then we have 2N state. So it is also known as mod 2N counter.

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