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Homework 11 . Convert the following binary numbers to Hexadecimal. I. 10010011II. 101101112. Find the 2’s complement of the following binary numbers. I. 10010101II. 111001113. Why must every computer have some amount of nonvolatile memory?4. Find the organization and capacity of memory chips with the following pins. I. EEPROM        A0-A14, D0-D7II. SRAM        A0-A12, D0-D75. Answer the following: I. How many bytes are 32 bits?II. How many Kbytes is one megabyte?III. How many megabytes is one gigabyte?6. In a given byte-addressable computer, Memory Locations 10000H to 9FFFFH are available for user programs. The first location is 10000H and the last location is 9FFFFH. Calculate the following:  I. The total number of bytes available (in decimal);II. The total number of kilobytes (in decimal);7. What are the differences between a microcontroller and a microprocessor?

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Preview: be xxxxxx on xxx address bus xx retrieve the xxxx instruction xxxx xxx data xx this address xx fetched and xxxxxxx in xxx xxxxxxx Unit xxxxxx happens to xx add the xxxx on xxxxxxx xxxx it xxxx read the xxxx in address xx The xxxx xx address xxx as well xx the data xx register x xxxx then xxx transferred to xxx ALU to xx added xxx xxxxxx is xxxx placed in xxxxxxxx A The xx will xxxx xxxxxxxxx and xxxx the next xxxxxxxxxxxx which is xx store xxx xxx The xxx will be xxxxxx on the xxxx bus xxx xxx specified xxxxxxx will be xxxxxx on the xxxxxxx bus xx xxxx the xxxx will be xxxxxx (once the xxxxx signal xx xxxxxxx 00The xxx will get xxx instruction of xxx address xxxxx xx the xxxxxxx Counter (which xx this case, xx the xxxxxxxx xx the xxxxx number) The xxxx of this xxxxxxx is xxxx xxxxxxxxxxx to xxx IR register xxx CPU will xxxx decode xxx xxxx on xxx IR register xxxxxxxxxxx them and xxxxxxx them xx xxx OPR xxx ADDR register), xxxxx turns out xx be xxxx xxx data xx a certain xxxxxxx (address 20) xxx Control xxxx xxxx make xxx PC increment, xxx place 20 xx the xxxxxxx xxxx A xxxx signal is xxxx issued to xxx memory, xxxxx xxxx place xxx data on xxxxxxx 20 on xxx data xxxx xx be xxxxxxxxxxx.....
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Preview: and xxxxxx in x nonvolatile memory xx that they xxxxxx available xx xxx microprocessor xx fetch and xxxxxxx 4 Find xxx organization xxx xxxxxxxx of xxxxxx chips with xxx following pins xxx EEPROM        xxxxxxx xxxxxxx SRAM        xxxxxxx D0-D7I Organization: xxx x 8 x 25 x xxx x x = 32k x 8 The xxxxxxxx is xxxx xxxx II xxxxxxxxxxxxx 213 x x = 23 x 210 x x.....
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Tutorial Preview …Find xxx organization xxx capacity of xxxxxx chips with xxx following xxxx x EEPROM xxxxxxx D0-D7: D0 xx D7 is xx 8 xxx xxxxx A0 xx A14 means xx has 15bit xxxxxxxxxx making xx xxx Hence xx will be x bit, 32K xxxx chip, xxxxxxx xxxxx as xxxxxxx chips II xxxx A0-A12, D0-D7 xxxxx 64k x x = xxx kilobits 5 xxxxxx the following: x How xxxx xxxxx are xx bits? = xxxxxx II …
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Preview: 1024kbytesIII xxx many xxxxxxxxx is one xxxxxxxx 1024mbytes 6 xx a xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx computer, xxxxxx Locations 10000H xx 9FFFFH are xxxxxxxxx for xxxx xxxxxxxx The xxxxx location is xxxxxx and the xxxx location xx xxxxxx Calculate xxx following I xxx total number xx bytes xxxxxxxxx xxx decimal) xxxxxx - 10000) x 90000 (hexadecimal) xxxxxx (decimal) xx xxx total xxxxxx of kilobytes xxx decimal) 1 xx 1024 xxxxxx xxxx available xx 576 KB x What are xxx.....
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