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The 8085 Microprocessor has Serial Input/Output lines consisting of two pins as follows: 1. Serial Output Data (SOD) 2. Serial Input Data (SID) They both… Read More
Prerequisite – Multilevel Cache Organisation Cache is a technique of storing a copy of data temporarily in rapidly accessible storage memory. Cache stores most recently used… Read More
MRAM stands for magnetoresistive random access memory and is a non-volatile type of RAM.  Magnetic state refers to the electrical resistance of a metal when… Read More
Ferro-electric Random Access Memory (FRAM) is a type of Random Access Memory, which uses a ferro-electric capacitor to achieve it’s non-volatility (content is not lost… Read More
Virtual Organization is a flexible network of separate entities which forms a collaboration by connecting companies, institutions or individuals delivering a product or service on… Read More
SIMD stands for Single Instruction Multiple Data is actually a class of parallel computers in Flynn’s Classification. It outlines the computers with multiple processing elements… Read More
There are a wide variety of controller boards that we can use for our hardware projects. The two most popular among them are: Arduino and… Read More
An array multiplier is a digital combinational circuit used for multiplying two binary numbers by employing an array of full adders and half adders. This… Read More
We are all familiar with the Touch Screens. The simple easy to use input interface for users to input their choices as per the options… Read More
Prerequisite – Introduction of Ports in Computers 1. Serial Port: A serial port is an interface that is used for connecting the serial lines to… Read More
Prerequisite: Addressing Modes 1. Direct Addressing Mode: In direct addressing mode, the address field in the instruction contains the effective address of the operand and… Read More
Suppose we have to sort a 1GB file of random integers and the available ram size is 200 Mb, how will it be done? The… Read More
Impact and Non-Impact Printers are two categories of the printer. Impact printers involve mechanical components for conducting printing. While in Non-Impact printers, no mechanical moving… Read More
Multiprocessing is the use of two or more central processing units within a single computer system. Asymmetric Multiprocessing and Symmetric Multiprocessing are two types of… Read More
The interrupt is a signal emitted by hardware or software when a process or an event needs immediate attention. It alerts the processor to a… Read More

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