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(a). If the results do not match, review your work and make any necessary correction.c.The input signal, Clock, was a 1 kHz square wave with a 50% duty cycle. What is the frequency and duty cycle of the output signals C-OUT1and C-OUT2d.Change the frequency of Clockto a 2 KHz and re-simulate. What effect did this change have on the frequency of the output signals C-OUT1and C-OUT2e.What effect did this change have on the duty cycle of the output signals C-OUT1and C-OUT2???© 2014 Project Lead The Way, Inc.Digital Electronics Activity 3.1.1 Sequential Logic: D Flip-Flops and J/K Flip-Flops – Page 5
Conclusion1.Flip-flops have both synchronous and asynchronous inputs. Describe each input type and give an example of each.
:2.Match each of the four input symbols with their signal type.Active Low InputNegative Edge TriggerActive High InputPositive Edge Trigger3.Describe the functional difference between a D flip-flop and a D latch.© 2014 Project Lead The Way, Inc.Digital Electronics Activity 3.1.1 Sequential Logic: D Flip-Flops and J/K Flip-Flops – Page 6

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