Electronics Engineering Coaching Materials: Section 3 Module 6

This is the Section 3 Module 6 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 3 Module 6

This is the Section 3 Module 6 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 3 Module 6

COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS

1. ____ code that states the exact location of the item or data to be found which is stored in the computer.

ABSOLUTE CODE

2. It is prescribed in file handling programs

UTILITIES

3. Image resolution is specified by

DOT PITCH

4. NAND: if set is 1, clear is 0. Then, set is 0, latch is

HIGH

5. LASCR is like an ordinary SCR except that it is

LIGHT TRIGGERED

6. using graphical images

GUI

7. What distinguishes J-K Flip flop to S-C flip flop

TOGGLE CONDITION

8. Computer uses complementary subtraction to

SIMPLIFY THE CIRCUIT

9. What do you call to the first byte of machine level instruction?

OP-CODE

10. The weakest link in any communication system

THE PEOPLE IN IT

11. the higher level of RAID

DATA STRIPING

12. keeps track of the binary margin

WORD WRAP

13. computer literacy has the following components:

Awareness

Knowledge

________

INTERACTION

14. supercomputer (7072 trillion)

BLUE GENE/L

15. RS filp flop R=0, S=0

REMAINS THE SAME

16. like latch, flip – flops belong to the category known as __________ multivibrator

BISTABLE

17. Multivibrator with uncertain output

S C

18. Toggle condition for JK flip flop

J=1, K=1

19. Advantage of ECL

HIGHER GAIN

20. The memory area for programs with highest priority

FOREGROUND

21. In computer system, central processing unit is a

HARDWARE

22. Saturated logic circuits have inherently low ____

SWITCHING SPEED

23. One unique operating feature of ECL is that it can operate in ______ speed.

VERY HIGH

24. Command awaiting in by the user

PROMPT

25. Basta ung may ellipses (…)

DIALOGUE BOX

26. Program which can be sabotage at a certain condition.

BOMB

27. Noise margin is measured in _____

VOLT

28. floating points of operations per second

FLOPS

29. device to make calculations easier

COMPUTER

30. CPU controls the ALU

THIRD STEP

31. pre-written standard file- handling programs

UTILITIES

32. Least propagation delay

TTL SCHOTTKY

33. Type of memory that must be removed physically to change the content

EPROM

34. device between connection of LAN that uses internet protocol

IP SWITCH

35. In PNP transistor, power supply is connected so that ____ is negative with respect to emitter

COLLECTOR

36. Basic component of a Computer:

POWER SUPPLY

37. The use of an interactive terminal workstation usually with graphics capability to automate the design of products. It includes functions such as drafting and fit up parts

CAD

38. Central processing unit is a part of

HARDWARE

39. Prewritten standard for file handling program

UTILITIES

40. Connection between the CPU and memory

CACHE

41. Keeps computer running though the RAM is slow.

Cache

42. In high level programming with peripherals, controllers are:

OFFLINE PROGRAMMING

43. (1)xxx, (2)sensors, (3)___

44. use to have two numerals in one byte

PACKED BCD

45. ECL (note: this has the fastest switching)

LOW PROPAGATION DELAY

46. Software written for a group of like consumer

VERTICAL

47. ______ simulation. Top-most (or simply the best) type of simulation.

ARCHITECTURE

48. The act of persuading people to tell their passwords is called ___ engineering.

SOCIAL ENGINEERING

ELECTRONIC EFFECTS/CONSTANTS

1. Geiger-Niall Law states that short lived isotopes emit ____ energetic alpha particles than long lived ones.

MORE

2. A magnetic field when applied to a right angles to the direction of a temperature gradient in a conductor , a temperature difference is produced at right angles both to the direction of temperature gradient and the direction of the magnetic field.

LELUC EFFECT

3. The development of charges in a certain in crystal when they are unequally heated or cooled

PYROELECTRIC EFFECT

4. The potential difference between two parallel electrodes is given by the product of the churva and the distance between the parallel electrodes

PASCHEN’S RULE or PASCHEN’S LAW

5. The distortion in a facsimile record caused by unwanted modulation produced by a carrier signal.

KENDALL EFFECT

6. The development of DC voltage in a semiconductor or metal by an acoustic wave travelling parallel to the surface of material.

Acoustoelectric effect

7. The continuation of collector current in a transistor for a short time after the input signal has dropped to zero. The effect is due to storage of minority carriers in the base region

BACK- PORCH EFFECT

8. The effect at the receiving end of an open circuited terminal that is lightly loaded

FERRANTI EFFECT

9. Appearance of RF current oscillation in a DC bias slab of n – type GaAs in 3.36V electric field.

GUNN EFFECT

10. Effect used in gauss meter used to measure flux density

HALL EFFECT

11. The effect that describes the ability of a mechanically stressed ferromagnetic wire to recognized rapid switching of magnetization when subjected to a DC magnetic field.

WIEGAND EFFECT

12. It refers to condition in which nucleus is stimulated sharply to define beam of gamma

MOSSBAUER EFFECT

13. A non radiative transition of an atom from an excited energy state to a lower energy state, accompanied by the emission of and electron

AUGER EFFECT

14. “the electric current destroy the superconductivity… without raising the cryogenics temp”

SILSBEE EFFECT

15. Factor used to correct for the electrostatic force of the far distant ion in the ionics.

MADELUNG CONSTANT

16. The liberation or absorption of heat when an electric current flows from a warmer to a cooler part of a conductor.

FULL EFFECT

17. The law that the ratio of the thermal conductivity of a metal to its electrical conductivity is a constant, independent of the metal, times the absolute temperature.

WEIDMANN-FRANZ EFFECT

18. The cumulative process in which an electron or other changed particle accelerated by a strong electric field collides with and ionizes gas molecules and thereby releasing new electrons that in turn have more collision

AVALANCHE EFFECT

19. the development of an electromotive force in a junction of two dissimilar metals when the temperature of the junction is different from that of the rest of the metal.

SEEBECK EFFECT

20. random variations in the output current of an electron tube that has an oxide- coated cathode, caused by random changes in cathode emission.

FLICKER EFFECT

21. Traverse magnetic field is applied to an N-type semiconducting filament holes injected into the filament are depleted to the surface, where they may recombine rapidly with electrons or be withdrawn by a probe. The overall effect is an increase in conductance.

SUHI EFFECT

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