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Category Archives: Computer Organization & Architecture

A System Restore is a backup of a system configuration settings of the Windows Operating System, that helps the system recover to an earlier date… Read More
Real numbers have a fractional component. This article explains the real number representation method using fixed points. In digital signal processing (DSP) and gaming applications,… Read More
SoC stands for System on Chip it is a small integrated chip that contains all required components and circuits of a particular system. However, SBC… Read More
SoC stands for System On Chip. It is a small integrated chip that contains all the required components and circuits of a particular system. The… Read More
In 1977, Wolfgang Handler presented a computer architectural classification scheme for determining the degree of parallelism and pipelining built into the computer system hardware. Parallel… Read More
Dual-Core processors are those processing units that have two cores. A core is like a processing part that can complete a single time at a… Read More
Quad-Core processors are those processing systems that have four cores so it is capable of performing a number of tasks at the same time means… Read More
Processors are one of the most important components of any processing system. Any desktop or laptop comes with the configuration of different cores of processors,… Read More
Apple Silicon is basically a set of separate processors which are developed by Apple to be used in their laptops so that they become more… Read More
8051 microcontroller is a microcontroller designed by Intel in 1981. It is an 8-bit microcontroller with 40 pins DIP (dual inline package), 4kb of ROM… Read More
The full form of FAX is “facsimile”. It is usually written and spoken as FAX. Fax is a scanned copy of text and images that… Read More
The algorithm required to solve a problem on a sequential computer is called a sequential algorithm. Algorithms written to solve a problem on a parallel… Read More
Logisim is a very powerful tool that is used to design and simulate digital logic circuits. Digital logic circuits are the electronic circuits that are… Read More
Content addressable memory (CAM) is a data storage device, that stores memory in cells. When any aspect of the memory is entered, the CAM compares… Read More
1. CAM :Content Addressable Memory (CAM) is a peculiar computer memory used in high-speed search-oriented applications. CAM consists of conventional semiconductor memory, typically SRAM(static RAM)… Read More

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