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Design aspects of Latch based Design

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I always had question where Latch Based Designs are used ?
Please refer some material explaning the design aspects of Latch Based Design

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I wonder if you are asking where a latch would be used?

Example: It is needed in a frequency counter, to hold a number on the display, while a count is taking place invisibly elsewhere.

A latch is often needed in other meters which have a digital display too.

I don't suppose that is what you are asking about.

At the bottom of this page is a list of threads with similar titles. If you click on one or two, it should lead you to more threads that discuss latch based design.
 

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I am looking for in which scenarios how we decide we need to use Latch Based design and not FlipFlop based Designs
 

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I wonder if you are asking where a latch would be used?

Example: It is needed in a frequency counter, to hold a number on the display, while a count is taking place invisibly elsewhere.

A latch is often needed in other meters which have a digital display too.

I don't suppose that is what you are asking about.

At the bottom of this page is a list of threads with similar titles. If you click on one or two, it should lead you to more threads that discuss latch based design.
What would be the differences in Latch based and FF based designs in terms of timing, area and synthesis?


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cam
 

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