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Alternate Flip-Flop Circuits

The latch and flip-flop circuits we've seen so far were mainly constructed from NAND gates, with the input configurations changed according to the flip-flop type. The flip-flop circuits also used separate four-gate latch circuits for the master and slave sections. However, this is not the only possibility; there are a number of alternatives.




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