level-triggered

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English[edit]

Circuit symbol of an S-R flip-flop. The absence of an arrow tip at the enable input (E) indicates that the flip-flop is level-triggered.

Adjective[edit]

level-triggered (not comparable)

  1. (electronics) Describing a circuit or component whose output is sensitive to changes of the inputs only so long as the clock input's signal is high.

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