Is the Commodore 64 a 16-Bit Machine or a 8-bit machine?
so they fit correctly into an 8bit or 16bit slot
n-bit microprocessor means how many bit can a microprocessor can process i.e as the operations.8bit means that microprocessor can process only 8bit addition , subtraction etc as in case.16 bit can process data of 16bit for any kind of operation to be performed.naturally the greater the number of bits to be processed the good it is. an eg of 8bit-8085 an eg of 16bit-8086 both if intel Anand bhat(mca@kiit-870024)
Micro controller is 8- bit or 16- bit on basis of alu of micro controller speed of data execution if it performs 8 bit per sec then it called 8-bit controller and so on....
The IBM 5100 was the first commercially available portable computer, appeared in September 1975, and was based on the SCAMP prototype. SCAMP refers to Special Computer APL Machine Portable. It was an 8bit CPU, later the Osborne 1 was released in 1981.
An instruction is a command to the microprocessor to perform a given task on specified data. Each instruction has two parts: One is task to be performed,called the operation code (opcode). Second is the data to be operated on, called the operand. It can be specified in various ways,it may include 8bit/16bit data, an internal register, a memory location , or 8bit/16bit address. In some instructions, the operand is implicit. The 8085 instruction set is… Read More
What is an algorithm and program to add two 16bit or 8bit numbers using 8085 microprocessor set of instructions?
( bINARY EQV OP CODE) MVI 20H ( 3E 20) MVI 10H (06 10) ADD B (80) STA 2030 (32 30 20) HLT (76)
16 bit has 16 bits of memory and 8 bit have 8 bit of memory these are words of broadside transfers . Assume the main clock as fix timing just by transmitting 16 bits Vs 8 bits we have double the information available to the CPU.
8-bitIn computer architecture, 8-bit integers, memory addresses, or other data units are those that are at most 8 bits (1 octet) wide. Also, 8-bit CPU and ALU architectures are those that are based on registers, address buses, or data buses of that size. 8-bit is also a term given to a generation of microcomputers in which 8-bit microprocessors were the norm. 8bit can process only 8bit addition , subtraction etc. 16-bitIn computer architecture, 16-bit integers… Read More
use two of them for 8 bits.
He does Let's Plays of Old and Recent 8bit and 32bit games.
Because its a microcontroller with an 8 bit data bus width.
A register in computer science refers to a section of RAM used to store and operate on their values. There are several registers, such as the A, B, C, D, E, F, H, and L registers, although, the names of these may very depending on the processor and the assembler. All of these registers mentioned are 8bit registers. Meaning, they can only hold 1 byte of data, ranging from 0 to 255. In order to… Read More
IPV4 is 32bit (4 times 8bit) rgds
Its the capacity measured in BYTES,for example you can find a device written 8MB,this means it can hold ((8million (8BIT words)).SINCE a BYTE is( 8bit long) and Mega BYTE(MB) =1 million bytes. bit means binary digits.
8-bit is a surrounding of a video game e.g. Mega Man. 8-bit is from the Atari Computer System.
The Commodore 64 did not come with a hard drive installed and at its release there was no hard drive offer available either. You could either hook up a tape drive using normal music tapes or a floppy disk drive using 5 1/2 inch disks. Eventually other storage formats were created by competitors and the first hard drive was made by Lt. Kernal in 1984 and later also Creative Micro Designs (CMD) came with an… Read More
8bit = 1 byte 1024byte = 1kb 1,024kb = 1mb 1,024mb = 1gb 1,024gb = 1tb
One bit is 2 possible colors, black, 8bit has a possible of 256
What is the maximum memory address space that the processor can access directly if it is connected to a 16 bit memory considering a hypothetical microprocessor generating a 16-bit address?
If you assume that it has a 16-bit data bus, then it would be 128k so the microprocessor can access 2^16 points, which is 64k (from it being a 16bit address) 16bits = 2 bytes (memory) so through a 16 bit memory, it can access 2*64k, which is 128k alternatively, if its 8bit memory, 8bits=1byte 1*64k = 64k I'm no expert, and i was searching for the answer myself, hope this helped
1 byte = 8 bits. Computers only know two things. On (1) and off (0). This is known as binary. Computers use an 8bit binary system (00000000). The American Standrad Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) is an international code that notices that an 8bit character ASCI covers everything that you can type on a keyboard. Therefore a 1byte letter is A to Z.
This is the data bus width, it defines the largest size numbers the hardware can handle directly (0 .. 255 unsigned, -128 .. 127 signed).
What image resolution and color mode should be used for print and how is this different than what should be used for web?
web resolution : 72 pixels/inch color mode : RGB 8bit
character is an 8bit word also known as 1 byte. where as bit is referred to single bit among those 8 bit in a 1 byte (or character).
give address according to size of memory like 128x8 FOR SINGLE CHIP it means 27=128, 7no off line and 16bit add bus &data bus 8bit, add start 0000H to 007F A15 A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A9 A8 AD7 AD6 AD5 AD4 AD3 AD2 AD1 AD0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1… Read More
A gigabyte is bigger than kilobyte.. now note this 1 byte=8bit 1 kilobyte=1024byte 1 gigabyte=1024 kilobyte 1 terabyte=1024 gigabyte
Suppose you want to add 11 and 12.instruction are : mvi a,11h mvi b ,12h mov d,b add b
An 8 bit number is a maximum of 255, the highest prime number less than or equal to this is 251 or 11111011 Ans 2. The above is correct for the largest prime storable in a single 8bit storage location. However the question asked what can be stored in an 8bit computer. Anyone working with numbers would tend to program an 8bit computer to use more than one location to store each number. In fact… Read More
because its an 8bit micro processor similar to those used in micro controller . capable of performing 16 bits double register calculations . something easy to start with
In binary you mean it is called a bit while 8 digits is called a byte in an 8bit system. 16, 32 and 64 bits can also make a byte.
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1MB = 1,024 KB For popular convenience, this is often approximated to 1MB = 1,000 KB 1kb=1024b 1byte=8bit 1024byte=1killo byte(kB) 1024KB=1MB(mega byte)
A Color picture size is 1500 1000 pixels and each pixel is encoded with 24 bits What is the size of the image in KB?
In RAM it occupies 1500x1000x3 bytes (8bit = 1 byte). The final file size depends on the format in which it is saved on the disk.
in 8085- 80 denotes 80bit adderess register use b,c,d,e,h,l,pc,sp; 8 denotes 8bit data bus 5 denotes 5volt power supply ...........................by muzahir(AiM)
September 1st 1986(Europe) October 19th 1985(USA) February 1986(Canada) July 15th 1983(Japan) 1987(Austrailia) The Nintendo Entertainment System (often abbreviated as NES or simply Nintendo) it was 8bit which was alot at that time
Sounds like a faulty video driver. You probably need to download and install an updated video driver. Without knowing what kind of video hardware you have, it's difficult to be more specific than that.
The series of 1's and 0's are called Binary code... if you want to know the name of each individual digit, they are referred to as bits. So when people say 8bit, it stands for 8 digits of binary.
Each chip will provide 4096 bits. Assuming an 8bit byte (nearly, but not quite universal), each chip provides 512 bytes, thus, 16 chips are required.
SMTP is push protocol, stateful protocol which is used for sending Mails from Client to Client or Server to Server. Generally SMTP uses the encryption method of 7bit or 8bit ISCII but HTTP dose not use that. HTTP is pull protocol which is preferred for sites demand and this is stateless protocol.
What is that 8bit indie game called where you had to have 2 people playing one person actually plays the game and types in what he needs and the other person watches him play and supplies him with it?
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When referring to bits, we are discussing digital audio. 16 bits is a sampling or playback rate. This is analogous to a film playing back at 16 frames per second versus 8 frames per second. Therefore you have more resolution, or detail. ---- Update: Actually, the above is not really correct: the number of bits (8, 16, 24...) refer to the sample quantization, the resolution/size of each sample. A sample represents the amplitude of the… Read More
8bit 16 bits 32 bits and 64 bits and 128 bits imply a broadside [parallel] output of that many bits of digital information on a buss output. these bits represent a word output. therefore the longest the word the more information can be processed at a time imply more bits the faster the computer or data flow.
There are genrally two kinds of buses in the cpu(microprocessor).data bus and address bus.the data bus is used to carry the data or information whereas address bus is used to carry addresses of the operand in case which is being required fro any kind of operation to be performed.the address bus is of generally 8bit Anand bhat(mca@kiit-870024)
Andy Rubin was the first person who developed the Android phone in 2004. It was a small company. After the release of the iPhone in 2007, Google bought Android for 50 million to develop the software and Andy Rubin was appointed as head of the division. Android, the name, was born with the 1990 8bit-game in which the robot was called Android. See the related link for further information.
open up the console and type the following for the corresponding effect. give "insertweapon/itemnamehere" = recieve item/weapon god = invincibility. re-enter into console to turn off sv_fastweapons 2 = rapidfire for all players sv_fastweapons 0 = turn off rapidfire sv_gravity 3 = extremely low gravity for all players sv_gravity 999 = return gravity to normal
It's called Liero. It was originally for Mac's but someone made a Windows version called OpenLiero. Due to it's fans, somebody made a more challenging version af the game called LieroXtreme. As you guessed it, again "someone" made a Windows version called OpenLieroXtreme or OpenLX for short. OpenLX has better graphics but, if you like the old 8bit games, OpenLiero is for you.
Very carefully....thru trial and error..The main part is knowing which part of the skin in it's raw form will connect with various other parts. When you have the skin opened up in PSP, it will be a 1MB file. If you ad anything to it like colors you will have to reduce the color bit deptch to 8bit. Otherwise it get's saved as a 3MB file and the game will not read it.
24 voice signals are to be transmitted over a single phone line. What is the bandwidth required if the standard analog-to-digital sampling rate is used and each sample is converted into an 8bit value?
4,000 Hz is the standard transmission frequency for voice. 4,000 Hz * 2 = 8,000 samples per second (sps) 8,000 sps * 8 bits per second (bps) = 64,000 bps 24 * 64,000 bps = 1,536,000 bps
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The term "active low" means that the input on an IC requires a logic low for it to be activated, i.e a low voltage (of course the voltage range is dependent on the technology, TTL, CMOS etc) Active high is the opposite... the input requires a logic high for it to be activated. A simple example to illustrate, an 8bit counter can count UP/DOWN this functionality is controlled with only one pin, an active high… Read More