c. that number
a. the middle digit of a stream of numbers
B. the digit to the right of the decimal point
c. the last digit on the right
d. the digit with the most weight
a. the values may vary over a continuous range.
B. the circuits are less affected by noise.
c. the operation can be programmed.
d. information storage is easy.
a. one-time programmable
c. a cmos device
d. reprogrammable and a cmos device
d. between 2 v and 5 v
a. it takes the digital information from an audio cd and converts it to a usable form.
B. it allows the use of cheaper analog techniques, which are always simpler.
c. it stores digital data on a hard drive.
d. it converts direct current to alternating current.
c. 0 through 8
a. two inputs and two outputs
B. two inputs and three outputs
c. three inputs and one output
d. three inputs and two outputs
a. all the time
B. when any input is low
c. when any input is high
d. when all inputs are high
a. each digital signal has its own conductor.
B. several digital signals are sent on each conductor.
c. both binary and hexadecimal can be used.
d. no clock is needed.
a. noncoded information into coded form
B. coded information into noncoded form
c. highs to lows
d. lows to highs
a. an analog signal into digital data
B. digital data into an analog signal
c. digital data into an amplified signal
d. none of the above
a. the input is low
B. the input is high
c. the input changes from low to high
d. voltage is removed from the gate
a. all inputs are low
B. any input is low
c. any input is high
d. all inputs are high
B. current flow in a circuit
c. light switch
d. audio microphone
a. one data input and a number of selection inputs, and they have several outputs
B. one input and one output
c. several inputs and several outputs
d. several inputs and one output
a. one stable state
B. no stable states
c. two stable states
a. slow speed.
a. parity checking is best suited for detecting double-bit errors that occur during the transmission of codes from one location to another.
B. parity checking is not suitable for detecting single-bit errors in transmitted codes.
c. parity checking is best suited for detecting single-bit errors in transmitted codes.
d. parity checking is capable of detecting and correcting errors in transmitted codes.
a. ex-nor gate
B. or gate
c. ex-or gate
d. nand gate
a. positive, negative, byte
B. odd, even, bit
c. upper, lower, digit
d. on, off, decimal
Each set has max 25 mcqs
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