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Static and Dynamic Frequency Dividers

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haadi20

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What are the differences between the above two types of dividers, i am aware that the static type of dividers are based on D-FF´s whereas the Dynamic aproach is either based on Regenerative feedback or Injection Locking...

My question is that why are they called "Static" and "Dynamic".....is it something related to power consumption..?

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I would think that the static and dynamic are more related to digital side of things. The transitor level implementation of the D-FF can be of Pull-Up/Pull Down network, E-TSPC, or TSPC which for the E-TSPC and TSPC are dynamic.

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