What is difference of between pulse-triggered FF(Flip Flop) and edge-triggered FF.
Let me know please.
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Most of the people use Latch and FF are used interchangeably (as a generic term also). I have read and heard two definitions of latch and flip-flops (FF).
(See Wikipedia, they have mentioned both the points. )
All have an agreement on two points:
So what do we call something that is 'clocked' and 'level triggered'? People call these either as clocked Latch or level triggered FF based on the definition they follow.
In other words, level-triggered/pulse-triggered and clocked latch mean the same thing - they are sensitive to the 'level' of clock not to the transition.