Positive edge triggered d flip flop , Electrical Engineering

Positive  Edge Triggered D Flip Flop

In this type  of D flip Flop  ( 7475)  shown in figure  the output changes with  positive  edge  of the CLK when CLK  changes  from 0 to 1 the output  becomes  equal  to the inputs. There is no change in the  output at any  other time.

 

 

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