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vlsi interview question-objective type-03


31. Modern processor chips may be classified as (a) LSI (b) ULSI (c) MIPS (d) SSI
32. Silicon chips are becoming more complex because (a) die size is decreasing (b) feature size is decreasing (c) yield is increasing (d) the scale of integration is decreasing
33. Accessing disk storage is slower than accessing RAM by an order of (a) 10 (b) 100 (c) 1000 (d) 100,0003
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34. The typical disk storage capacity of a PC is of the order of (a) 32 MB (b) 2 Gb (c) 2 Tb (d) 5120 Kb
35. Disk access takes of the order of (a) x millisecs (b) x microsecs (c) x/100 secs (d) x nanosecs
36. RAM access takes of the order of (a) x millisecs (b) x microsecs (c) x/100 secs (d) x nanosecs
37. Cache memory access takes of the order of (a) x millisecs (b) x microsecs (c) x secs (d) x nanosecs
38. Accessing RAM is slower than accessing cache memory by an order of (a) 10 (b) 100 (c) 200 (d) 50
39. Optical tape storage (a) has faster access time than disk storage (b) smaller capacity than CD-ROM (c) greater capacity than DAT storage (d) smaller capacity than DAT storage
40. DIP involves the use of a (a) scanner (b) plotter (c) microphone (d) CD-ROM
41. The typical RAM capacity of a PC is of the order of (a) 32 MB (b) 16 Gb (c) 16 Tb (d)512 Kb
42. Modem speeds are measured in (a) bps (b) kbps (c) mbps (d) mips
43. LAN speeds are measured in (a) bps (b) Kbps (c) Mbps (d) Mips
44. WAN speeds are (a) usually higher than LAN speeds (b) measured in bytes per second (c) depend on the transmission medium (d) limited by modem speeds
45. Accessing the Internet from a typical home PC requires the use of (a) CD-ROM drive (b) a modem (c) Windows 95 (d) Netscape
46. To use the Internet you (a) must use the World Wide Web (b) must use electronic mail(c) use appropriate communications software (d) must have a LAN account
47. A Pentium processor comprises (a) more than 1 million transistors (b) more than 3million transistors (c) 500,000 transistors (d) 900,000 transistors
48. Which of the following is NOT a type of processor (a) PowerPC 601 (b) Motorola 8086(c) Motorola 68000 (d) Intel Pentium
49. Apple Macintoshs were originally based on the (a) Intel 80×86 processor family (b)Motorola 68000 family (c) Motorola 6800 family (d) PowerPc family
50. IBM PC’s were originally based on the (a) Intel 80×86 processor family (b) Motorola68000 family (c) Motorola 6800 family (d) PowerPc family





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