## Static Power Dissipation Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Static Power = Static Current*Drain Voltage
Pstatic = Istatic*VDD
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Static Power - (Measured in Watt) - Static power is primarily leakage power and is caused by the transistor not completely turning off.
Static Current - (Measured in Ampere) - Static Current is an imbalance of electric charges within or on the surface of a material.
Drain Voltage - (Measured in Volt) - Drain Voltage is the voltage that falls across the gate-source terminal of the transistor.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Static Current: 4.1 Milliampere --> 0.0041 Ampere (Check conversion here)
Drain Voltage: 2 Volt --> 2 Volt No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Pstatic = Istatic*VDD --> 0.0041*2
Evaluating ... ...
Pstatic = 0.0082
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.0082 Watt -->8.2 Milliwatt (Check conversion here)
FINAL ANSWER
8.2 Milliwatt <-- Static Power
(Calculation completed in 00.020 seconds)
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Ground to Agression Capacitance
Adjacent Capacitance = ((Victim Driver*Time Constant Ratio of Agression to Victim*Ground V Capacitance)-(Agression Driver*Ground A Capacitance))/(Agression Driver-Victim Driver*Time Constant Ratio of Agression to Victim)
Victim Driver
Victim Driver = (Agression Driver*(Ground A Capacitance+Adjacent Capacitance))/(Time Constant Ratio of Agression to Victim*(Adjacent Capacitance+Ground V Capacitance))
Agression Driver
Agression Driver = (Victim Driver*Time Constant Ratio of Agression to Victim*(Adjacent Capacitance+Ground V Capacitance))/(Ground A Capacitance+Adjacent Capacitance)
Built-in Potential
Built-in Potential = Thermal Voltage*ln((Acceptor Concentration*Donor Concentration)/(Intrinsic Electron Concentration^2))
Agressor Voltage
Agressor Voltage = (Victim Voltage*(Ground V Capacitance+Adjacent Capacitance))/Adjacent Capacitance
Victim Voltage
Victim Voltage = (Agressor Voltage*Adjacent Capacitance)/(Ground V Capacitance+Adjacent Capacitance)
Adjacent Capacitance
Adjacent Capacitance = (Victim Voltage*Ground V Capacitance)/ (Agressor Voltage-Victim Voltage)
Branching Effort
Branching Effort = (Capacitance Onpath+Capacitance Offpath)/Capacitance Onpath
Agression Time Constant
Agression Time Constant = Time Constant Ratio of Agression to Victim*Victim Time Constant
Victim Time Constant
Victim Time Constant = Agression Time Constant/Time Constant Ratio of Agression to Victim
Time Constant Ratio of Agression to Victim
Time Constant Ratio of Agression to Victim = Agression Time Constant/Victim Time Constant
Capacitance Onpath
Capacitance Onpath = Total Capacitance Seen by a Stage-Capacitance Offpath
Total Capacitance Seen by Stage
Total Capacitance Seen by a Stage = Capacitance Onpath+Capacitance Offpath
Capacitance Offpath
Capacitance Offpath = Total Capacitance Seen by a Stage-Capacitance Onpath
Input Capacitance of Gate
Input Capacitance = Drive of Arbitrary Gate*Logical Effort
Logical Effort(G)
Logical Effort = Input Capacitance/Drive of Arbitrary Gate
VCO Single Gain Factor
VCO Gain = Change in Frequency of Clock/VCO Control Voltage
Drive of Arbitrary Gate
Drive of Arbitrary Gate = Input Capacitance/Logical Effort
Output Clock Phase
Output Clock Phase = 2*3.14*VCO Control Voltage*VCO Gain
VCO Control Voltage
VCO Control Voltage = Lock Voltage+VCO Offset Voltage
VCO Offset Voltage
VCO Offset Voltage = VCO Control Voltage-Lock Voltage
Lock Voltage
Lock Voltage = VCO Control Voltage-VCO Offset Voltage
Static Current
Static Current = Static Power/Drain Voltage
Static Power Dissipation
Static Power = Static Current*Drain Voltage

## Static Power Dissipation Formula

Static Power = Static Current*Drain Voltage
Pstatic = Istatic*VDD

## What is dynamic and static power?

Energy is required to charge and discharge the load capacitance. This is called dynamic power because it is consumed when the circuit is actively switching. Even when the gate is not switching, it draws some static power. Because an OFF transistor is leaky, a small amount of current Istatic flows between power and ground, resulting in a static power dissipation.

## How to Calculate Static Power Dissipation?

Static Power Dissipation calculator uses Static Power = Static Current*Drain Voltage to calculate the Static Power, The Static Power Dissipation formula is defined static electricity is an imbalance of electric charges within or on the surface of a material. Static Power is denoted by Pstatic symbol.

How to calculate Static Power Dissipation using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Static Power Dissipation, enter Static Current (Istatic) & Drain Voltage (VDD) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Static Power Dissipation calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6765 = 0.0041*2.

### FAQ

What is Static Power Dissipation?
The Static Power Dissipation formula is defined static electricity is an imbalance of electric charges within or on the surface of a material and is represented as Pstatic = Istatic*VDD or Static Power = Static Current*Drain Voltage. Static Current is an imbalance of electric charges within or on the surface of a material & Drain Voltage is the voltage that falls across the gate-source terminal of the transistor.
How to calculate Static Power Dissipation?
The Static Power Dissipation formula is defined static electricity is an imbalance of electric charges within or on the surface of a material is calculated using Static Power = Static Current*Drain Voltage. To calculate Static Power Dissipation, you need Static Current (Istatic) & Drain Voltage (VDD). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Static Current & Drain Voltage and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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