Added by Roy Davidson on Dec 15, 2008
This activity demonstrates how a D-type flip-flop can be built from logic gates. A D-type circuit is compared to another circuit made from logic gates in order to show that they are equivalent in their operation. This should consolidate pupils' understanding of the operation of the D-type flip-flop.
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