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Difference between 8085 and 8086 microprocessor?

Asked By: ggicollegepunjab | Asked On: Feb 23rd, 2012

Hi guys, give here your suggestion about microprocessor 8085 and 8086. These 2 processors used in old time. I want to know its program execution time, memory space.

Answered by: SYED AFZAL on: Mar 29th, 2014

8085 is 8 Bit MicroProcessor ,
8086 is 16 Bit MicroProcessor .

Answered by: tofan jena on: Feb 19th, 2014

8084 microprocessor is 4MB of memory and it is 8 bit
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8086 microprocessor is 8MB of memory and it is 16 bit,it is more fast than 8084.

Why the antenna is called passive element?

Asked By: archana | Asked On: Aug 7th, 2011

Answered by: vijay solanki on: Mar 12th, 2014

Antenna is Passive Element because it doesn't require power to work

Answered by: Jyoti Agrahari on: Mar 5th, 2014

as we know that inductor,capacitor,resistor are passive component. Receiving and transmitting signal by antenna worked at Faraday law.Even Faraday law applied on inductor so antenna is passive component

Op-amp

Asked By: gowri | Asked On: Mar 11th, 2009

Why are the 2 input terminals of an op-amp are called as inverting & non-inverting terminals?

Answered by: mangesh gadam on: Feb 1st, 2014

opamp (operational amplifier)is a direct coupled high gain amplifier usually consisting of one or more differential amplifier

Answered by: RZara on: Nov 24th, 2009

An input applied to the inverting terminal of an Op Amp provides an amplified output which is 180 degrees out of phase with respect to the input, whereas the non-inverting terminal input provides an output which is in phase with the input.

Rom and ram cards

Asked By: Rujul | Asked On: Mar 18th, 2007

Which of the following is is used to hold rom and ram cards 1. Computer bus 2. Expansion cards 3. Mother board 4. Cache memory

Answered by: bb on: Jan 11th, 2014

motherboard

Answered by: sumanth talluri on: Dec 20th, 2012

Which is operated by main memory

What is biasing?

Asked By: pushkar | Asked On: Jul 4th, 2006

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Answered by: sachin.t.m

Answered On : Jul 6th, 2006

Biasing means applying the DC voltage across the device for its correct operation.

Answered by: vamsi on: Jan 3rd, 2014

biasing means when the dc voltage is connected towards the transistor based on base and emitter

Answered by: Sushil Bharati on: Apr 6th, 2013

Biasing in electronics is the method of establishing predetermined voltages or currents at various points of an electronic circuit for the purpose of establishing proper operating conditions in electronic components.

What is meant by filter? What are the different types of filters?

Asked By: vrams | Asked On: Jul 31st, 2009

The output of the rectifier pulsating in nature, it consists of a desired DC component of voltage and unwanted ripple components. These ripple components are removed by placing filter circuit at the output of the rectifier.Types of filters: 1. Capacitor filter 2. Series inductor filter ...

Answered by: kalaivani on: Nov 29th, 2013

filter is used to remove the unwanted signals in the circuit

Answered by: ROBIN DAS on: Nov 1st, 2013

In signal processing, especially electronics, an algorithm or device for removing part(s) of a signal: Filter (signal processing), especially, Electronic filter, an electronic circuit which processes...

How to format memory card

Asked By: nawazuddin | Asked On: Oct 23rd, 2013

How to format a memory card by using memory card

Answered by: ROBIN DAS on: Nov 1st, 2013

Connect your mobile to computer through data cable or through card reader. Right click on memory card click on format.

74ls244 is _____ 

Asked By: Interview Candidate | Asked On: Jun 21st, 2005

Answered by: sam on: Oct 13th, 2013

ls ttl , buffer

Answered by: krishna on: Jun 15th, 2013

low power schottkey ttl

What is a sequential circuit and what is a combinational circuit?Is there any difference between them? If yes what is it?

Asked By: madhu | Asked On: Jul 7th, 2007

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Answered by: sweta basanta

Answered On : Sep 11th, 2007

Combinational circuit are those whose output depends only upon the present inputs but in sequential circuit the output depends upon both present and past inputs. that is the difference. 

Answered by: Mohit Maurya on: Sep 28th, 2013

Combinatorial circuits are those whose output depends on only present inputs but in Sequential circuits , there is concept of Memory Element .So in Sequential circuits output depends on both present inputs and previous outputs(stored in memory).

Answered by: satish mb on: Sep 25th, 2013

Combinational circuits are those whose output depends on only present inputs, sequential circuits are those whose output depends on both present inputs and previous outputs. in combinational circuits ...

What type of architecture is used in 8085 microprocessor?

Asked By: puni | Asked On: Nov 20th, 2007

Answered by: Sanjay Verma on: Sep 17th, 2013

Two architecture are being used which are von Neumann and Harvard. The difference is that von Neumann Architecture has common memory space for data and instructions while in Harvard it has separate memory for data and instructions.

Answered by: sai bharathwaj on: Jun 15th, 2013

its Von Neumann architecture

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Von_Neumann_architecture

Suggestions

Asked By: nooney | Asked On: Oct 5th, 2012

I am in my final year of collage in electronic engineering department of computer and I am confused about the final project any suggestions will help.

Answered by: saim on: Sep 2nd, 2013

make your own derbots with servomotor
searching soil to and indicate the alarm to extract

Answered by: Zahid on: Dec 12th, 2012

You should work on microcontroler basis project,it would be any but robotics like project is best to understand pure electronics & further control,automation and designing field.its not necessary that...

What is angle and amplitude modulation? What is noise in modulation?

Asked By: vikas | Asked On: Sep 30th, 2006

Answered by: ponnuthai on: Sep 5th, 2013

amplitude modulation is vary in amplitude but not vary time.angle modulation frequency and phase varied

Answered by: priya on: Apr 14th, 2013

AMPLITUDE MODULATION: The amplitude of the carrier wave(high frequency wave) changes according to the instantaneous amplitude of modulating signal(message signal or base-band signal). The combined wav...

Edge triggered and level triggered flip flop

Asked By: sanjay setia | Asked On: Nov 16th, 2011

What are edge triggered flip flop and level triggered flip flop? How do they differ from one another?

Answered by: Brijesh Ranga on: Aug 2nd, 2013

level trigger ff work only the level of the signal either high(1) or low(0) but edge trigger work on the either rising edge or talling edge

Answered by: krishna on: Apr 17th, 2013

Apart from the answers above, it is important to note that edge triggered flip flops have advantage over level triggered flip flops.

How many characters per sec (7 bits + 1 parity ) can be transmitted over a 2400 bps line if the transfer is synchronous (1 start and 1 stop bit)? 1. 300 2. 240 3. 250 4. 275

Asked By: Rujul | Asked On: Mar 25th, 2007

Answered by: gopichand on: Jun 21st, 2013

hi guys,
here the information about 1 start and 1stop bit is given to confuse the candidate ,
in synchronous transmission there is no need of start and stop bits so 2400/(7+1) is the ans..........

Answered by: samatha on: Jun 15th, 2013

start an d stop bits are not needed so it is 2400/8=300

What is the main application of scr in electronic field as well as in software field?

Asked By: suraj | Asked On: Jul 13th, 2006

Answered by: updesh upadhyay on: May 16th, 2013

A silicon-controlled rectifier (or semiconductor-controlled rectifier) is a four-layer solid state current controlling device. The name "silicon controlled rectifier" or SCR is General Electrics trade name for a type of thyristor.

Answered by: Justin on: May 5th, 2013

An SCR can bridge the gap of an opened circuit in a series of loads, say for example LEDs in series. An SCR can also provide power control by turning off part of an AC cycle.

Device protection

Asked By: zmaster4all | Asked On: Aug 6th, 2010

Give examples of circuit protecting device apart from fuse, circuit beaker, relays, lighting arrestor, switch gears.

Answered by: Justin on: May 5th, 2013

A zener diode, for smaller amounts of voltage regulation.

Answered by: gorakh anna pandhre on: Apr 18th, 2013

Opoto-isolaters

Does area of work only involve closed spaces?

Asked By: DocBrown | Asked On: Apr 26th, 2013

Answered by: Justin on: May 5th, 2013

No. Telecommunications equipment are sometimes scattered on a wide area (as one example), so you'd probably find the need to check for interference using a spectrum analyzer, etc.

What is fixed bias with and without decoupling capacitor

Asked By: sscoolb2000 | Asked On: Jul 22nd, 2006

Answered by: Nadim on: Mar 29th, 2013

I think you should do a project based on micro controller...if you have a knowledge of MATLAB then it will be an added advantage for you, you can make a project on that. The micro controller based projects are simple and easy to understand and even you can understand their programs easily..

Answered by: purushottam on: Jan 2nd, 2007

I  am in BE(electronics engineer).I want to make a project,please suggest me a project that i do.I hope you will do a needfull help

What is is rfid transponder?

Asked By: Anjana Parmar | Asked On: Mar 20th, 2013

Is rfid in developing stage? what is scope in rfid?

Answered by: Sahil on: Mar 22nd, 2013

RFID transponder is a special kind of radio transmitter and reciever. It is activated when it receives a signal of a specific kind. RFID transponders are present in smart cards and Radio Frequency Identification tags.

Memristor

Asked By: aravindbprasad | Asked On: Dec 8th, 2008

What is memristor? How many modes it works? Also what is its advantage? How it differ from others & why the name evolve? & what is its uses?

Answered by: Aaqib on: Mar 19th, 2013

Memristor is a contraction of Memory Resistor it means that its store the value based on amount of Charge Has Passed through on the applied previously applied voltage it was postulated by Leon Chua f...

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