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Digital Electronics Interview Questions

Check out These Most asked Digital Electronics Interview Questions and Answers
and see how many can you answer:

Ques1: What are the applications of Demultiplexer?
Answer: The applications of the demultiplexer are as follows:
1. It is used in the data transmission system with error detection.
2. It is used as a decoder for the conversion of binary to decimal.
3. It is used as a serial to parallel converter.
Ques2: What are the differences between Combinational Circuits and
Sequential Circuits?
Answer: The differences between combinational and sequential circuits are
as follows:

Combinational Circuits Sequential Circuits
These are faster in speed. These are slower.
These are easy to design. These are difficult to design.
The clock input is not required. The clock input is required.
In this, the memory units are not In this, the memory units are required to
required. store the previous values of inputs.
Example: Mux, Demux, encoder, Example: Shift registers, counters.
decoder, adders, subtractors.

Ques3: Define Rise Time?
Answer: Rise time is the time that is required to change the voltage level
from 10% to 90%.
Ques4: Define fall time?
Answer: Fall time is the time that is required to change the voltage level
from 90% to 10%.
Ques5: Define Setup time?
Answer: The minimum time that is required to maintain the constant voltage
levels at the excitation inputs of the flip-flop device before the triggering
edge of the clock pulse for the levels to be reliably clocked in the flip flop is
called the Setup time. It is denoted as tsetup.
Ques6: What is the difference between D-latch and D Flip-flop?

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Ques8: What are the applications of Demultiplexer? Answer: The applications of the demultiplexer are as follows: 1.RecruitmentResult. Ques11: What is a Logic gate? Answer: The basic gates that make up the digital system are called a logic gate. the output can change if the input also changes. Flip- flops are made up of latches. A Demultiplexer of 2n outputs has n select lines. so as long as the clock is logic 1.com Page 2 . The demultiplexer is also called as Data Distributor. They both require the use of clock signal and are used in sequential logic. which are used to select which output line is to be sent to the input. Ques10: How To Achieve 180 Degree Exact Phase Shift? Answer: Never tell using inverter a) DCM an inbuilt resource in most of FPGA can be configured to get 180 degree phase shift. The circuit that can operate on many binary inputs to perform a particular logic function is called an electronic circuit. It is used as a decoder for the conversion of binary to decimal.Answer: D-latch is level sensitive whereas flip-flop is edge sensitive. For a latch. 3. Ques7: What is a Demultiplexer? Answer: The demultiplexer is a circuit that receives the input on a single line and transmits this onto 2n possible output line. Ques9: What Is Difference Between Latch And Flip-flop? Answer: The main difference between latch and FF is that latches are level sensitive while FF is edge sensitive. will store the input only when there is a rising/falling edge of the clock. It is used as a serial to parallel converter. Latch is sensitive to glitches on enable pin. b) BUFGDS that is differential signaling buffers which are also inbuilt resource of most of FPGA can be used. Downloaded From. whereas flip- flop is immune to glitches. FF on the other hand. It is used in the data transmission system with error detection. Latches are faster than flip-flops. 2. Latches take fewer gates (also less power) to implement than flip-flops. the output tracks the input when the clock signal is high.

These are used in time multiplexing system. It is used as A/D to D/A Converter. 2. Ques13: Name the two forms of Boolean expression? Answer: The two forms of Boolean expression are: 1. These are used in the data acquisition system. These are useful for only simplifying Boolean expression which is represented I standard form. 2. It is limited to six variable maps which means more than six variable involving expressions are not reduced. and each term in this represents the min term or max term of the function.Ques12: What is meant by K-Map or Karnaugh Map? Answer: K-Map is a pictorial representation of truth table in which the map is made up of cells. 4.com Page 3 . we can directly minimize the Boolean function without following various steps. 2. 3. Downloaded From. Ques15: What are the applications of Multiplexer (MUX)? Answer: The applications of the multiplexer are as follows: 1. It is used as a data selector from many inputs to get one output. By this method.RecruitmentResult. Sum of products (SOP) form. The Product of sum (POS) form. Ques14: What are the limitations of the Karnaugh Map? Answer: The limitations of Karnaugh Map are as follows: 1.