A digital differential analyzer data synchronizer receives data at a first clock rate and synchronizes the data to a second clock rate. The two clock rates are related by a ratio of two integers, but have a variable phase relationship. The synchronizer places incoming data into a series of registers at the first clock rate. A digital differential analyzer functions to generate a synchronization signal having a frequency proportional to a ratio of the first clock rate and the second clock rate. A multiplexer is utilized for sequentially reading the plurality of registers at a rate corresponding to the frequency of the synchronization signal.