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What is the maximum numbers of memory locations bytes that can be accessed by an address bus that is A bits?
226 = 67108864, or 64M
What is the maximum addressable memory for a computer that has a 24 bit address bus and a 12 bit instruction format?
The maximum addressable memory for a computer with a 24 bit address bus is 16 Mb. This value has nothing to do with the size of the instruction format.
A computer with a 12 bit address bus can directly address 2^12 locations, or 4096 locations.
What is the What is the maximum memory address space that the processor can access directly if it is connected to a 8 bit memory considering a hypothetical microprocessor generating a 8 bit address?
microprocessor can access 2^8 points which is 256 then we have 8 bit memory = 1 bytes then 1*256 =256 bytes
512 bytes=4096 bits . so 2^12 bits..therefore 12 address lines are required.
If a computer has 8 byte addressability and needs three bits to access a location in memory what is the total size of memory in bytes?
8byte addressability: 8bytes can be stored in each memory location. 3bits to access: so 8 memory locations ( 2^3) total size = 8 * 8bytes( each memory location conta…ins) = 64 bytes any queries or discussions, feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
32 bit address bus can access more than 4 gigabytes (232) of memory. Sandeep Kr. Singh (MCA)
232 = 4,294,967,296, or 4 G
You can address 65,536 (216) memory addresses with a 16 bit address bus.
A microprocessor has a data bus with 64 lines 32 lines address bus.what will be the Maximum number of bits stored in memory?
2^32 is amount of blocks that address bus could locate. and each blocks is 64bit because data bus has 64 lines. then maximum number of bits stored in memory is (2^32)*64… bit. By: Mohammad Saghafi Email: email@example.com
If an address bus for a given computer has 16 lines what is the maximum amount of memory it can access?
If an address bus for a given computer has 16 lines, what is the maximum amount of memory it can access?
a 20 bit address bus has 2 power of 2o data lines which provies us to utilisr the memory up 20 2 mb
In Windows XP
The number of memory locations that a CPU with 16 bit program counter can address is 65,536. However, the 8086/8088 has a segmented architecture giving a total addressibility …of 20 bits or 1,048,576 locations. Without changing the code segment register, though, you can only access 65,536 locations.
How many bytes of date can be addressed by a computer system with an 11-bit address bus and an 8-bit data bus?
There can be one byte of data transferred at one time on the 8-bit data bus, but without knowing more about the architecture and the address and data bus multiplexing we c…annot know how many bytes can be addressed. Perhaps the machine architecture uses 2 address bus cycles to send out a 16-bit address and 6-bits of control signals, then uses 2 data bus cycles to read or write the 16-bit word at that address, which would mean this computer system addressed two bytes at one time. Perhaps the machine architecture uses 3 address bus cycles to send out a 32-bit address and a 1-bit control signal, then uses 4 data bus cycles to read or write the 32-bit word at that address, which would mean this computer system addressed four bytes at one time. Perhaps the machine architecture uses 6 address bus cycles to send out a 64-bit address and 2-bits of control signals, then uses 8 data bus cycles to read or write the 64-bit word at that address, which would mean this computer system addressed eight bytes at one time. Perhaps the machine architecture has a variable word length (which could be specified in many different ways depending on the architecture), in which case almost any number of bytes could be addressed at one time (with different numbers of bytes in each addressing operation). There are many other possibilities.