Microprocessor Quiz – Basics of 8085 -1

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Microprocessor Basics Quiz questions and Mcqs.

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1. A microprocessor is responsible for


2. The size of address bus of 8085 microprocessor is ___ bits.


3. A microprocessor 8085 is based on which packaging?


4. _________generates the timing pulses and control signals for the execution. Also, it controls the flow of data between the CPU and peripherals.


5. The required operating clock frequency by microprocessor 8085____


6. The advantage of a DMA controller is,


7. __________ is an 8-bit register, which is connected to the ALU (Arithmetic and Logical Unit).


8. Why is program Counter a 16-bit Register ?


9. The cycle required to fetch and execute an instruction in a 8085 microprocessor is which one of the following?


10. 8085 Microprocessor is a ____ pin microprocessor.


11. ___________ is responsible for all arithmetic and logical operations.


12. Which of the following is a nonmaskable interrupts_____________


13. _________ are the temporary storage location to store data temporarily and manipulation of data and instructions by the microprocessor.


14. The microprocessor acknowledges an interrupt and sends an acknowledgment to the peripheral that has requested through ______


15. The size of the data bus we have got in 8085 is____


16. A microprocessor comes has an inbuilt memory unit___


17. It is a 16-bit special-purpose register used to hold the address of memory location of the next instruction to be executed.


18. The register that tells about the nature of the results stored in the accuulator.


19. The 8085 uses a single ____ input for its operation.


20. Auxilary carry means when the carry is generated by the ___ and passed on to the _____.


21. This is an 8-bit register having five 1-bit flip-flops in it.


22. We have ______general-purpose registers in our 8085 microprocessor.


23. ______ registers that are not accessible by the programmer and are for the microprocessor personal usage.


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