negative-edge-triggered

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Circuit symbol of an S-R flip-flop. The bubble and arrow tip at the clock input indicate that the flip-flop is negative-edge-triggered.

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negative-edge-triggered (not comparable)

  1. (electronics) Describing a circuit or component that changes its state only when an input signal becomes low.
    Master-slave flip-flops tend to be negative-edge-triggered; however, the clock input can be inverted in order to make the master-slave flip-flop be positive-edge-triggered.

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