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Advanced Microprocessor Pdf

1 -. T.Y. Diploma: Sem. VI. [CD/CO]. Advanced Microprocessor. Time: 3 Hrs.] Prelim Question Paper Solution. [Marks: Q.1Attempt any FIVE of the following. Advanced Microprocessor. Time: 3 Hrs.] Prelim Question Paper Solution. [Marks: Q.1 (a) Attempt any THREE of the following: [12]. Q.1(a) (i) aracer.mobi Handout #1. Advanced Microprocessor Architecture. Instructor. Scott Rixner, [email protected], DH , Office hours: By prior arrangement.

Advanced Microprocessor is a guide to the understanding of software and hardware aspects of microprocessor, and the design and testing aspects of microprocessor-based system. Seeing its importance, it has been introduced in the syllabus of Engineering. The Advanced Microprocessor Model Question Paper is just a suggestion for the students which includes the most important questions of the subject. Student have to do 5 question among all. Explain with Example. Explain with their advantage and disadvantage? Ques 2. Attempt any two of the following. Also explain the concept of Memory segmentation in microprocessor with diagram. How does it speed up the program execution? Explain with diagram. Ques 3. Attempt all of the following. Also explain the mapping of virtual memory with physical memory and also tell the phenomenon of using page table in microprocessor?

A2 VariablesFor the moment we will skip details of variable declaration and simply use the registers as the variables in our programs. Registers have predefined names and do not need to be declared.

Q3 how many 16 bit register s are used in ? A3 The has 14 registers. Each of these is a bit register. Initially, we will use four of them the so called the general-purpose registers: ax, bx, cx, dx Q4 give example to Store the ASCII code for the letter A in register bx. Q5 give example by which we can loads the value 2 into bx A5 Example: mov bx, 2 mov cx, bx The first instruction loads the value 2 into bx where it is stored as a binary number.

A6 It is used to separate the two operands. A missing comma is a common syntax error.

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Q7what is comment? A7 Anything that follows semi-colon ; is ignored by the assembler. It is called a comment. Comments are used to make your programs readable. You use them to explain what we are doing in English. Q8 what are add, inc, dec and sub instructions? A8 The provides a variety of arithmetic instructions The add instruction adds the source operand to the destination operand, leaving the result in the destination operand The inc instruction takes one operand and adds 1 to it.

It is provided because of the frequency of adding 1 to an operand in programming. The dec instruction like inc takes one operand and subtracts 1from it.

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This is also a frequent operation in programming. The sub instruction subtracts the source operand from the destination operand leaving the result in the destination operand. Q1: What is Intel ? A1: The Intel microcontroller is one of the most popular general purpose microcontrollers in use today. The success of the Intel spawned a number of clones which are collectively referred to as the MCS family of microcontrollers, which includes chips from vendors such as Atmel, Philips, Infineon, and Texas Instruments.

A2: The Harvard architecture is a computer architecture with physically separate storage and signal pathways for instructions and data. The term originated from the Harvard Mark I relaybased computer, which stored instructions on punched tape 24 bits wide and data in electromechanical counters. Q3 Enhanced devices are manufactured by? Q4: What are the functions provide by ? Q6: What is a particularly useful feature of the ? A6: A particularly useful feature of the core is the inclusion of a Boolean processing engine which allows bit-level Boolean logic operations to be carried out directly and efficiently on internal registers and RAM.

This feature helped cement the 's popularity in industrial control applications. Another valued feature is that it has four separate register sets, which can be used to greatly reduce interrupt latency compared to the more common method of storing interrupt context on a stack.

External pins can be configured to connect to internal shift registers in a variety of ways, and the internal timers can also be used, allowing serial communications in a number of modes, both synchronous and asynchronous.

The main program then performs serial reads and writes simply by reading and writing 8-bit data to stacks. Q9: What are the components of MCS based microcontrollers?

Q In how many clock cycles per machine cycle? A The original core ran at 12 clock cycles per machine cycle. With most instructions executing in one or two machine cycles.

Title of practical: Develop a assembly language program for bit logical operation Q1: What are the features of modern based microcontrollers?

Q2: Can you explain Memory Architecture of ? IRAM from 0x00 to 0x7F can be accessed directly, and the bytes from 0x20 to 0x2F are also bit-addressable.

Some of the SFR's are also bitaddressable. It may be on- or off-chip, depending on the particular model of chip being used. Program memory is read-only, though some variants of the use on-chip flash memory and provide a method of re-programming the memory in-system or in-application.

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A4 In computing, an interrupt is an asynchronous signal indicating the need for attention or a synchronous event in software indicating the need for a change in execution. Q5 what is stack? A stack can have any abstract data type as an element, but is characterized by only two fundamental operations: push and pop.

The push operation adds an item to the top of the stack, hiding any items already on the stack, or initializing the stack if it is empty. The pop operation removes an item from the top of the stack, and returns this value to the caller. A pop either reveals previously concealed items, or results in an empty stack.

Q6 what is return address? A6 In postal mail, a return address is an explicit inclusion of the address of the person sending the message. It provides the recipient and sometimes authorized intermediaries with a means to determine how to respond to the sender of the message if needed. Q7 what is instruction set? Q8 what kind of flags is used in ? A9 has a 16 bit flag register.

Out of these, 9 are active, and indicate the current state of the processor.

Q9 what are the two main components in ? Data memory 3. Microprocessor 4. Input port 5. Output port 6. Clock generator Q10 what is driver interface? A10 Drivers or buffers are also used in microprocessor interface design.

However, they are usually only needed when the loading on the microprocessor data, address or control lines is too high.

And that is usually because the microprocessor address, data or control lines are connected in parallel to large number of external electronic components. Another situation that requires drivers is when the microprocessor is connected to long cables. Drivers are needed in both cases so that delay times, rise and fall times and noise levels do not adversely affect the reliability of the microprocessor's data and calculations.

Title of the Practical: Execute a sample program Q1 what are the common concept in programming? A2 VariablesFor the moment we will skip details of variable declaration and simply use the registers as the variables in our programs. Registers have predefined names and do not need to be declared.

Q3 how many 16 bit register s are used in ? A3 The has 14 registers. Each of these is a bit register. Initially, we will use four of them the so called the general-purpose registers: ax, bx, cx, dx Q4 give example to Store the ASCII code for the letter A in register bx. Q5 give example by which we can loads the value 2 into bx A5 Example: mov bx, 2 mov cx, bx The first instruction loads the value 2 into bx where it is stored as a binary number.

A6 It is used to separate the two operands. A missing comma is a common syntax error. Q7what is comment? A7 Anything that follows semi-colon ; is ignored by the assembler. It is called a comment. Comments are used to make your programs readable.

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You use them to explain what we are doing in English. Q8 what are add, inc, dec and sub instructions? A8 The provides a variety of arithmetic instructions The add instruction adds the source operand to the destination operand, leaving the result in the destination operand The inc instruction takes one operand and adds 1 to it.

It is provided because of the frequency of adding 1 to an operand in programming. The dec instruction like inc takes one operand and subtracts 1from it.

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