Electronics Engineering Coaching Materials: Section 2 Module 5

This is the Section 2 Module 5 of the compiled Electronics Coaching Materials taken from different sources including but not limited to Electronics books, past Board Exams Questions, Journals and the Internet.

Electronics Coaching Materials: Section 2 Module 5

This is the Section 2 Module 5 of the compiled Electronics Coaching Materials taken from different sources including but not limited to Electronics books, past Board Exams Questions, Journals and other Electronics References. This particular Coaching Notes in Electronics Engineering has random Questions and Answers in random topics. Make sure to familiarize each questions to increase the chance of passing the ECE Board Exam.

Electronics Engineering Coaching: Section 2 Module 5

COMPUTER/LOGIC CIRCUITS

1. It is a type of computer that is faster because it has fewer instructions

RISC

2. Trillion floating-point per second

TERAFLOP

3. Discrete data

DIGITAL

4. Use in parity checking

XNOR

5. A logic gate used in even parity checker

XNOR

6. Gives an output of 1 when all input is zero

NOR

7. All inputs are 1’s gives an output 1

AND

8. All input are 0’s, the output is 0

OR GATE

9. Difference between edge and clock timing

CLOCK SKEW

10. Fastest unbiased

HTL (HIGH THRESHOLD LOGIC)

11. Characteristic of shared systems to avoid mixing up of print outs or programs

SPOOLING

12. The raw material processed by the computer

DATA

13. Bundle of software

SUITE

14. Computer on a chip

TRANSPUTER

15. Functions that separate word processing from typing are edit, format and ______.

STORE

16. Memory is another name for

PRIMARY STORAGE

17. Raw materials to be processed by the computer

DATA

18. The CRAY-I supercomputer is invented by

SEYMOUR CRAY

19. The microprocessor of CRAY-I is made up of

GALLIUM ARSENIDE

20. Program between the application software and the computer hardware

OPERATING PROGRAM

21. An NOR SR Flip-flops saves ... when S = __, R = __

R = 0, S = 0

22. Icon used for display

EXTENSION

23. A computer where the user’s computer connects to access the internet

SERVER

24. Another name for an operating environment

SHELL

25. Least type of code

GRAY CODE

26. Input of D flip flops

data and clock

27. Small business software

SOHO (Small Office/Home Office)

28. Management of operating system is handled by

SUPERVISOR PROGRAM

29. Main program for operating system

KERNEL

30. NAND RS flip Flop, reset R = __, S = __

R = 1, S = 0

31. It is where the central processing unit belong

HARDWARE

32. It is where all the data of the computer comes from

CPU

33. Used for the timing of electronic devices

CLOCK

34. The space between the dots

DOT PITCH

35. Digital IC

TTL

36. Least susceptible to noise

TRANSISTOR-TRANSISTOR-LOGIC (TTL)

37. NAND gate, base- technology

TTL LOGIC CIRCUIT

38. Programming playback for continues path

WALKTHROUGH PROGRAMMING

39. AT – flip flops are used primarily to divide a the input by

TWO

40. The type of computer that accepts handwritten is ___________

COMPUTER – PEN – BASE

41. Used for animated graphics –

NONINTERLACE MONITOR

42. Time with which found data is being restored/focused

ACCESS TIME

43. The logic family with equivalent TTL speeds but slower than the ECL

CMOS

44. Time when control unit gives instruction

I-TIME

45. Series load adder

ONLY ONE FULLY LOAD IS REQUIRED

46. “computer on a chip”

TRANSPUTTER

47. Functional table is the same as truth table in

SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT

48. Not even

ODD PARITY

49. Time when disk that finds the data

ACCESS TIME

50. In magnetic audio tape, the tacks are

PARALLEL TO THE EDGES

51. Purpose of ALU during E-time

EXECUTING INSTRUCTION

52. Program using more than one CPU

MULTIPROCESSOR

53. A.k.a. primary storage

MAIN STORAGE

54. Advantage of magnetic disk over magnetic tape

EASY STORAGE & EASY RETRIEVAL

55. Snick off synchronization

Harmonic which is in phase with the fundamental –

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