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Model Paper for Jan.

2004 Session
Subject Name : Microprocessor Q.1. Which of the statement is not true for microprocessor (1) It is a Multi-Purpose (3) It is register based (2) It is a clock driven (4) None A programmable machine can be represented with components (1) microprocessor (3) I/O devices (2) memory (4) All Physical components of this system are called (1) Software (3) Firmware (2) Hardware (4) None are classified primarily into (3) 3 categories (1) 2 categories (2) 4 categories (4) none The application of microprocessor applications are (1) Reprogrammable Systems (3) Programmable (2) Embedded System (4) None In reprogrammable systems ___ is used for computing and data processing (1) Microcomputer (3) Both (A) & (B) (2) Microprocessor (4) None A copying machine is a typical example of an (1)Reprogrammable System (3) Both (A) & (B) (2) Embedded System (4) None The First micro processor was introduced by____ (1) Intel (3) Netscape (2) Microsoft (4) None First microprocessor was (3) Intel 808 (1) Intel 404 (4) None (2) Intel 402 The first 8-bit microprocessor is (3) 808 (1) 80008 (4) none (2) 8008 A computer is a device which must be capable of (a) Receiving Input (c) Storing data & Instruction (d) Displaying results (b) Performing Computations (1)Only (a) (3)(a),(b),(c) (2) (A) &(B) (4) All

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A device that performs the calculations is known as (1) CU (3) ALU (2) CPU (4) None _____is used by microprocessor to send & receive data to and from different devices (1) data bus (3) Address Bus (2) Control Bus (4) None _____is used for transmitting & receiving control signals between the processor and various devices (1) Data Bus (3) Address Bus (2) Control Bus (4) None _____is a sequence of instructions that operate on data to produce the desired result (1) Program (3) Output (2) Command (4) Input An instruction essentially consists of an operation code also known as the (1) OPCode (3) Program (2)O Code (4) None The data on which the instruction operates is known as the (1) Data (3) Operand (2) OPCode (4) None Microprocessor can decode and execute only (1) Hexadecimal (3) Decimal (2) Octal (4) Binary Code Instructions can be referred to as (3) Binary Code (1) Program (2) Mnemonics (4) A machine language program is witten using (1) OPCodes (3) Both A & B (2) Address (4) None 8-bit microprocessor is capable of addressing (1) 64 k of memory (3) 60 k (2) 128 k of (4) None The microprocessor has ____bits & requires a single power supply of __volt (1)40,+5 (3) 40,-5 (2) 80,+5 (4) 80,-5

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8085A is an (3) 32 bit (1) 8-bit (4) 64 bit (2) 16-bit A 6.25 Mhz Crystral provides a _______frequency (1) 3.125 Mhz (3) 4 Mhz (4) None (2) 3 Mhz For reset in 8085 pin is used (3) Pin 6 (1) Pin 3 (4) Pin 8 (2) Pin 5 SID stands for (3) Series Input Data (1) Serial Internal Data (2) Serial Input Data (4) None _____ is used to connect the output device to the microprocessor (3) Pin (1) Data Line (4) None (2) Latch ALE stands for (3) Address long enable (1) Address latch enable (2) Address leading entity (4) None _____ is used for temporary storage of instructions, data or address (1) PC (3) Register (2) AC (4) None Which is not a special purpose register (1) Accumulator (3) Stack Pointer (2) Program Counter (4) data register A program counter is a dedicated ______register (1) 2 Byte (3) 3 Byte (2) 4 Byte (4) 1 Byte Stack pointer is decremented whenever something (1) Appended (3) Changed (2) Deleted (4) None The Registers which are not accessible to users (1) MAR (3) IR (2) PC (4) Temporary Register The CPU has to do following operations (1) Fetch The OPCode (3) Perform the required operation (2) Read A memory Location (4) None (5) All Instruction cycle can be defined as the sum of (1) Instruction Fetch time and (3) Address translation & address Instruction execute fetching (2) Instruction decode and (4) None Instruction execute 8085 has ______ addressing modes

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(3) 5 (2) 8 (4) 10 Instructions set can be divided into ____categories based on the function (1) 5 (3) 8 (2) 10 (4) None Which is not the set of instruction set type (1) Data Transfer (3) Logical (2) Arithmetic (4) None _____ is a group of instruction

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In POP operation _____ data is read from the stack (1) 16 bit (3) 8 bit (2) 32 Bit (4) none

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Tools for developing assembly language program does not exist (1) Editor (3) Loader (2) Assembler (4) Debugger ____is a program that allows the user to test and debug the object site (1) Tester (3) Loader (2) Debugger (4) Assembler Assembly language programming statement is divided into ____ parts (3) 5 (1) 4 (2) 8 (4) 6 ____ is used before the beginning of a comment (1) Colon (3) Comma (2) Space (4) Semicolon Which is the function required for obtaining the data from the keyboard (1) Detect a closed key (3) Encode the closed key (2) Debounce the closed key (4) All The types of techniques that are used for interfacing the hexadecimal displays to microprocessor (1) Non Multiplexed (3) Both A &B (2) Multiplexed (4) None The memory interfacing requires (3) Enable the appropriate buffer (1) Select the chip (2) Identify the Register (4) None A port may be programmed for the following (1) Simple Input or output mode (3) Control mode (2) Strobed Input or Output mode (4) All

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Data transfer may be (1) Synchronous (2) A Synchronous

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The movement of data from the microprocessor to the I/O device is possible (1) I/O Mapped (3) Both A & B (2) Memory Mapped I/O (4) None To increase the speed of data transfer between the memory & I/O the hardware is used as (1) Memory Mapped I/O (3) DMA (2) I/O Mapped (4) None Interrupts are of type (3) Both A & B (1) Hardware Interrupt (2) Software Interrupt (4) None 8085 microprocessor has ________ hardware interrupts

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(1) 5 (2) 10 Trap is a (1) Non Maskable in nature (2) It has the highest priority among all the interrupt signals

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INTR interrupt is a_____interrupt but is not a ____interrupt (1) Vector, Maskable (3) Maskable,Vector (2) Function, Maskable (4) Remove,Vector The 8085 microprocessor has ______s/w interrupt (1) 8 (3) 15 (2) 10 (4) 4 Which is not the s/w interrupt (3) RST 7 (1) RST 5 (2) RST 6 (4) RST 8 There are ____ instructions used for the control of the interrupt (1) 4 (3) 16 (2) 8 (4) 7 Which is not the instruction used for the control of interrupt (1) Enable Interrupt (3) Read Interrupt (2) Disable (4) Write Setting the mask means that (3) Both A & B (1) bit=0 (4) None (2) bit=1 The 8212 is a ___dip packaged I/O device (1) 20 Pin (3) 26 Pin (2) 24 Pin (4) 16 Pin Most microprocessor based systems have an output device usually a __ display (3) 10 segment (1) 7 segment (2) 8 segment (4) 12 segment The 8279 is a ____ device with _____major segments (3) 40,2 (1) 40,5 (2) 38,2 (4) 38,5 Which section is not a part of 8279 (3) Mouse Section (1) Keyboard Section (2) Scan Section (4) Display Section ____ section has 8 lines (3) Display (1) Keyboard (2) Scan (4) Both A & b The control section has (3) 6 lines (1) 8 lines (4) 16 lines (2) 12 lines

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____ buffer is used to interface the internal data bus of 8255 to the system data bus (1) Tri state bi directional (3) Four state signal direction (2) Two state bi directional (4) None 8259 can image ___ interrupts (3) 16 (1) 10 (2) 12 (4) 8 The counter can operate in (3) BCD (1) Binary (4) None (2) Either A or B The basic function of data bus buffer include (1) Programming the modes (3) Reading The count values (2) Loading the count registers (4) All The timer section of the 8155 has (3) 4, 16 Bit registers (1) 2,8 bit registers (4) 1,32 bit registers (2) 8,16 bit registers The 8085 microprocessor is a (3) Both A & B (1) Serial Device (4) None (2) Parallel Device The interfacing requirements for a serial I/O peripheral are____ as for the parallel I/O device (1) Same (3) Less (2) More (4) None The transmission format involves (3) Speed (1) Synchronization (2) Direction of data flow (4)Errors For error checking the method used in data transmission is (1) Parity Check (3) Cyclic Redundancy Check (2) CheckSum (4) All

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