Why is dynamic CMOS faster than static CMOS? One reason is that the load capacitance is small. I can not understand how they are related to the speed of CMOS. Another reason is the lower number of transistors for only NMOS. Is there any reason which makes them move faster?
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All other things being equal (e.g., at a given process "node"), dynamic logic uses far fewer transistors than static logic to achieve the same function. Therefore, a complex circuit requires significantly less chip area, interconnecting wires are shorter, and the whole thing can run a tad faster.