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Synchronous vs Asynchronous counter | Digital Electronics

Synchronous counter is the one in which all the flip flops are clocked simultaneously with the similar clock input. On the contrary, an asynchronous counter is a device in which all the flip flops that constitute that counter are clocked with different input signals at different instants of time.

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