Transparent latch d flip flop, Electrical Engineering

Transparent latch D flip  Flop

A typical  example  of this  type of D flop  is 7475 shown  in figure when CLK  connected is enable signal is high and the flip  flop  is enabled. During   this period ( until CLK  is high)  the output  changes according to input.

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