Well I guess it's some sort of differential clock flip flop. Probably a implementation detail of the original design...exxos wrote: ↑Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:01 pmSure its a FlipFlop, but why 2 clock inputs, They are just C and /C driven by a inverter elsewhere. Normally C would latch on the falling edge, and /C Would latch on the rising edge. But this one has both. I've noticed this funkyness all over with other blocks as well. I think only 1 clock is needed, but no way to know what edge its supposed to latch on
But since the falling edge of C coinsides with the rising edge of /C, I don't see a problem here. The answer to your question is "both" ... It latches on the falling edge of C, which is also the rising edge of /C.