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SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS EC2204 ANNA UNIVERSITY QUESTION BANK,SUBJECT NOTES,QUESTION PAPER, 2 MARKS AND 16 MARKS

Monday, July 16, 2012 · 40 comments


EC 2204 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

AIM
To study and analyse characteristics of continuous, discrete signals and systems.

OBJECTIVES
· To study the properties and representation of discrete and continuous signals.
· To study the sampling process and analysis of discrete systems using z-transforms.
· To study the analysis and synthesis of discrete time systems

UNIT I CLASSIFICATION OF SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

UNIT II ANALYSIS OF CONTINUOUS TIME SIGNALS

UNIT III LINEAR TIME INVARIANT –CONTINUOUS TIME SYSTEMS

UNIT IV ANALYSIS OF DISCRETE TIME SIGNALS

UNIT V LINEAR TIME INVARIANT - DISCRETE TIME SYSTEMS

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Allan V.Oppenheim, S.Wilsky and S.H.Nawab, Signals and Systems, Pearson  Education, 2007. 
2. Edward W Kamen & Bonnie’s Heck,  “Fundamentals of Signals and Systems”,  Pearson Education, 2007.
REFERENCES:
1. H P Hsu, Rakesh Ranjan“ Signals and Systems”, Schaum’s Outlines, Tata McGraw  Hill, Indian Reprint, 2007
2. S.Salivahanan, A. Vallavaraj, C. Gnanapriya, Digital Signal Processing, McGraw Hill 
International/TMH, 2007.
3. Simon Haykins and Barry Van Veen, Signals and Systems John Wiley & sons , Inc, 2004.
4. Robert A. Gabel and Richard A.Roberts, Signals & Linear Systems, John Wiley, III edition, 1987.
5. Rodger E. Ziemer, William H. Tranter, D. Ronald Fannin. Signals & systems, Fourth 
Edition, Pearson Education, 2002.
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EC2204 SUBJECT NOTES :  | Sub. Notes- I Sub. Notes- II |
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DIGITAL ELECTRONICS EC2203 QUESTION BANK,SUBJECT NOTES,QUESTION PAPER,2 MARKS AND 16 MARKS

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DIGITAL ELECTRONICS EC2203 QUESTION BANK,SUBJECT NOTES,QUESTION PAPER,2 MARKS AND 16 MARKS

EC 2203 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

AIM
To learn the basic methods for the design of digital circuits and provide the fundamental 
concepts used in the design of digital systems.

OBJECTIVES

· To introduce basic postulates of Boolean algebra and shows the correlation between Boolean expressions
· To introduce the methods for simplifying Boolean expressions
· To outline the formal procedures for the analysis and design of combinational circuits and sequential circuits
· To introduce the concept of memories and programmable logic devices.
· To illustrate the concept of synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits     

UNIT I MINIMIZATION TECHNIQUES AND LOGIC GATES

UNIT II COMBINATIONAL CIRCUITS

UNIT III SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS

UNIT IV MEMORY DEVICES

UNIT V SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS 

TEXT BOOKS
1. M. Morris Mano, Digital Design, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., 2003 /  Pearson Education (Singapore) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2003.
2. S. Salivahanan and S. Arivazhagan, Digital Circuits and Design, 3rd Edition., Vikas  Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2006

REFERENCES

1. John F.Wakerly, Digital Design, Fourth Edition, Pearson/PHI, 2006
2. John.M Yarbrough, Digital Logic Applications and Design, Thomson Learning, 2002.
3. Charles H.Roth. Fundamentals of Logic Design, Thomson Learning, 2003.
4. Donald P.Leach and Albert Paul Malvino, Digital Principles and Applications, 6th Edition, TMH, 2003.
5. William H. Gothmann, Digital Electronics, 2nd Edition, PHI, 1982.
6. Thomas L. Floyd, Digital Fundamentals, 8thEdition, Pearson Education Inc, New Delhi, 2003
7. Donald D.Givone, Digital Principles and Design, TMH, 2003

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DATA STRUCTURES AND OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING IN C++ EC2202 ANNA UNIVERSITY SUBJECT NOTES,QUESTION BANK,QUESTION PAPER,2 MARKS AND 16 MARKS

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DATA STRUCTURES AND OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING IN C++ EC2202 ANNA UNIVERSITY SUBJECT NOTES,QUESTION BANK,QUESTION PAPER,2 MARKS AND 16 MARKS

EC2202 DATA STRUCTURES AND OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING IN C++ 

AIM
To provide an in-depth knowledge in problem solving techniques and data structures.

OBJECTIVES
· To learn the systematic way of solving problems
· To understand the different methods of organizing large amounts of data 
· To learn to program in C++ 
· To efficiently implement the different data structures 
· To efficiently implement solutions for specific problems

UNIT I      PRINCIPLES OF  OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING   

UNIT II       ADVANCED OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

UNIT III      DATA STRUCTURES & ALGORITHMS

UNIT IV      NONLINEAR DATA STRUCTURES

UNIT V     SORTING AND SEARCHING

TEXT BOOKS

1. Mark Allen Weiss, “Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C”, 3rd ed, Pearson Education Asia, 2007. 
2. E. Balagurusamy, “ Object Oriented Programming with C++”, McGraw Hill Company  Ltd., 2007. 
REFERENCES
1. Michael T. Goodrich, “Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++”, Wiley student edition, 2007.
2.  Sahni, “Data Structures Using C++”, The McGraw-Hill, 2006.
3.  Seymour, “Data Structures”,  The McGraw-Hill, 2007.
4.  Jean – Paul Tremblay & Paul G.Sorenson, An Introduction to data structures with applications, Tata McGraw Hill edition, II Edition, 2002.
5.  John R.Hubbard, Schaum’s outline of theory and problem of data structure with C++,McGraw-Hill, New Delhi, 2000.
6.  Bjarne Stroustrup, The C++ Programming Language, Addison Wesley, 2000
7.  Robert Lafore, Object oriented programming in C++, Galgotia Publication
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EC2201 ANNA UNIVERSITY SUBJECT NOTES,QUESTION BANK,QUESTION PAPER, 2 MARKS AND 16 MARKS

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EC 2201 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING   
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EC2201 ANNA UNIVERSITY SUBJECT NOTES
QUESTION BANK,QUESTION PAPER, 2 MARKS AND 16 MARKS

AIM
To expose the students to the concepts of various types of electrical machines and  transmission and distribution of electrical power .

OBJECTIVES
· To impart knowledge on Constructional details, principle of operation, performance, starters and testing of D.C. machines.
· Constructional details, principle of operation and performance of transformers.
· Constructional details, principle of operation and performance of induction motors.
· Constructional details and principle of operation of alternators and special machines.
· Power System transmission and distribution.

UNIT I  D.C. MACHINES

UNIT II  TRANSFORMERS

UNIT III  INDUCTION MOTORS

UNIT IV  SYNCHRONOUS AND SPECIAL MACHINES

UNIT V  TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION

TEXT BOOKS
1.  D.P.Kothari and I.J.Nagrath, ‘Basic Electrical Engineering’, Tata McGraw Hill   publishing company ltd, second edition, 2007 (Reprint).
2.  C.L. Wadhwa, ‘Electrical Power Systems’, New Age International, fourth edition,   2007.
REFERENCES
1.  S.K.Bhattacharya, ‘Electrical Machines’, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing company ltd,
     second edition, 2007.
2.  V.K.Mehta and Rohit Mehta, ‘Principles of Power System’, S.Chand and Company
     Ltd, second edition, 2006.

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GE2211 Environmental Science and Engineering question bank anna university

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Subject Code : GE2211
Subject Name : Environmental Science and Engineering

UNIT – I

PART – A (2 MARKS)

1. Define Environmental Science.
2. What is meant by deforestation?
3. State the environmental effects of extracting & using mineral resources.
4. State the need for public awareness for solving environmental problems.
5. What is geothermal energy?
6. State any two problems caused by the construction of dams.
7. Write any two functions of forest.
8. What are the advantages of conjunctive uses of water?
9. Define environmental impact statement.
10. What is soil fertility?
11. Explain soil leaching.
12. What is soil erosion? How can it be controlled?
13. Define desertification.
14. Define Overgrazing. What are 
the effects of overgrazing?
15. Distinguish between water logging & Salinity.

PART – B (16 marks)

1. Explain Renewable & non-Renewable 
energy resources with examples. (16)

2. (a) Compare nuclear power with coal. (6) (b) Write a note on energy conservation. (4)
© What is Solar Space heating? Explain (6)

3. (a) What are the causes of soil erosion & deforestation? Explain in detail (8)
(b) Discuss the consequences of overdrawing surface and Ground water. (8)

4. a)Write briefly on any four alternate source of energy (8)
b) Explain effects of construction of dam on tribal people (8)

5. (a) Write the effects of extracting and using mineral resources. (4)
(b) Explain the scope & importance of Environment. (8)
© Enumerate the benefits & draw backs of building of dams. (4)

6. (a) What are the effects of modern Agriculture? (8)
(b) Discuss the causes of land degradation. (8)

UNIT – II

PART – A (2 MARKS)

1. Define Producers.
2. Name the four ecosystems.
3. What is Ecological succession?
4. What are food chain & food Webs?
5. What is the classification of biotic component of ecosystems?
6. Define Biodiversity.
7. What are the advantages& disadvantages of in-situ& ex-situ conservation of biodiversity?
8. Enumerate the human activities which destroy the biodiversity.
9. Write note on endemic species.
10. Define Biosphere.
11. Define consumers & Classify them.
12. What is Biomes? Give Examples.
13. Define Estuaries.
14. Define poaching.
15. Define Species & Genetic diversity.

PART – B (16 MARKS)

1. (a) What is an ecosystem? Describe the structure & function of various components of an ecosystem. (10)
(b) Explain the various threats to biodiversity. (6)

2. (a) Define Ecological pyramids and explain different types of ecological pyramids. (6)
(b) Describe the types, characteristics features, structure& function of
i). Forest ecosystem ii). Aquatic ecosystem (10)

3. (a) Explain In-Situ & Ex-Situ Conservation of Biodiversity (8)
(b) What is meant by value of biodiversity? Explain different values of biodiversity (8)

4. Write briefly on
1. Ecological succession
2. Energy flow through an ecosystem
3. Hot spots of biodiversity ( 4+4+8)

5. (a) What is the biodiversity what are the reasons for decline for biodiversity (10)
(b) Write short notes on: (1) Producers (2) Consumers (3) Decomposers (3 X 2 = 6)

UNIT – III
PART – A (2 MARKS)

1. Define pollution. 
2. Name any four air pollutants, and their sources and impacts.
3. What are point and non-point sources of water pollution?
4. Define hazardous wastes.
5. Write any four major water pollutants.
6. Define photochemical smog.
7. Define floods.
8. Define disasters
9. Write any two causes of soil pollution.
10. Define noise pollution.
11. When a sound causes noise pollution.
12. What are the types of solid waste?

PART – B (16 MARKS)
1 (a).Discuss the major air pollutants and their impacts. (8)
(b) Explain the various methods of controlling air pollution. (8)

2. (a) Discuss briefly the disposal of Municipal solid waste management. (8)
(b) Explain the causes, effects and control measures of water pollution. (8)

3. (a) Discuss major air pollutants and their impacts. (6)
(b) What is Thermal pollution and explain their impacts? (6).
©What are the sources of radioactive pollution? (4)

4. (a) Explain in detail the role of individual in conservation of natural resources. (8)
(b).Explain the effects nuclear and Radiation pollution. (8)

5. (a) Write a brief note on of thermal pollution. (6)
(b) Discuss the causes, effects & control measures of marine pollution. (10)

UNIT – IV
PART – A (2 MARKS)

1. What are the causes and effects of global warming?
2. What are causes and effects of ozone layer depletion?
3. What is acid rain?
4. Explain the term sustainable development.
5. Define resettlement and rehabilitation.
6. Write note on climate change.
7. Explain green house effect.
8. Write reason for 
wetland reclamation.
9. Write any four effects of climate change.
10. What is watershed management?

PART – B (16 MARKS)

1. (a) Explain forest conservation act.. (8)
(b) Write the factors influence the unsustainable to sustainable development. . (8)

2. (a) Explain nuclear accidents and holocaust. . (8)
(b) Write notes on global warming. . (8)

3. (a) Write a note on watershed management. (4)
(b) Write briefly Bhopal disaster and Chernobyl disaster. (8)
© Discuss briefly on environment protection act 1986. (4)

4. (a) Discuss the agenda for sustainable development (8)
(b) Write briefly on nuclear accidents (8)

5. Write briefly on
a. Green House Effect (4) b. Acid Rain (4) c. Rain water Harvesting (6) d. Climate Change (2)

UNIT – V
PART – A (2 MARKS)

1. Define Population explosion
2. Define ZPG (Zero Population Growth)
3. Briefly account on human rights.
4. Define Population equilibrium
5. Explain total fertility rate
6. Define population equation
7. State how environment and human health are related
8. State the role of information technology in environment.
9. List the problems of population growth.
10. What is AIDS? How to prevent it?

PART – B (16 MARKS)

1. (a) Explain the role of IT in environment and human health. (12)
(b) Write short note on Value Education (4)

2. (a) Write briefly on implementation of family planning programme. (6)
(b) Write a note on AIDS in developing country (4)
© Discuss the factors influencing the family size (6)

3. (a) Population explosion affects the environment seriously – discuss. (8) (b) Deterioration of environment leads to deterioration of human health – Justify(8)

4. (a) Write a note on the following in relation to human population & environment
i). Woman Child Welfare. (4)
ii). Human Rights. (4)

(b) Write briefly on:
i) Population momentum. (4)
ii) Population Profile. (4)

5. (a) Discuss the growth of population can be successfully implemented . (6)
(b) Discuss the factors influencing the family size. (4)
© Discuss on the steps taken in India to prevent AIDS. (6)

ANNA UNIVERSITY MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER QUESTION BANK

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MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER    
UNIT-1
PART-A (2 MARKS)

1. How many memory locations are available in 8086 microprocessor?
2. What are the flags available in 8086 microprocessor?
3. What are the general purpose registers in 8086?
4. What are the functional units in 8086?
5. What is the purpose of BIU?
6. What is the purpose of EU?
7. What is the purpose of segment register?
8. What are the segment registers in 8086?
9. What is the function of IP?
10. What is the function of control unit?
11. What is the use of base pointer register?
12. Mention the index registers of 8086.
13. What are the flags in 8086?  What are the various interrupts in 8086?  
14. What is meant by Maskable interrupts? 
15. What is Non-Maskable interrupts?  
16. Which interrupts are generally used for critical events
17. Give examples for Maskable interrupts?  
18. Give example for Non-Maskable interrupts? 
19. What is the Maximum clock frequency in 8086?
20.  What are the various segment registers in 8086? 
21. Which Stack is used in 8086
22. What are the address lines for the software interrupts? 
23. What are the address lines for the hardware interrupts? -
24. Which Segment is used to store interrupt and subroutine return address registers?      
25. Which Flags can be set or reset by the programmer and also used to control the operation
of the processor? 
PART-B (16 MARKS)
1. Draw the block diagram of 8086 mp and explain?    (12)
2. Explain the architecture of Intel 8086 with the help of a block diagram?   (12)
3. Describe the sequence of event that may occur during the different T state in the opcode
fetch machine cycle of 8086?        (8)
4. List out the maskable and non maskable interrupts available in 8086?   (6)
5. Explain the Maximum mode of operation of 8086.     (12)
6. Write short notes on addressing memory.      (4)
7. Explain the minimum mode of operation of 8086.    (12)
8. Write notes on addressing input and output devices?   (4)
9. Design an 8086 based system in minimum mode containing 64kb of EPROM
and64kb of RAM        (12)
10. Give the functions of NMI, BHE and TEST pins of 8086?    (4)
11. Explain the various multiprocessor configurations.                (16)
12. Discuss in detail the various signal of 8086.     (10)
13. Explain in detail about 8086 memory banks and associated signals for byte
andword operations.        (6) 
 
 
UNIT-II
PART-A (2 MARKS)
1. What is SIM and RIM instructions?  
2. Which is the tool used to connect the user and the computer?
3.  What is the position of the Stack Pointer after the PUSH instruction?  
4. What is the position of the Stack Pointer after the POP instruction?  
5. Logic calculations are done in which type of registers?  
6. What are the different functional units in 8086? 
7. Give examples for Micro controllerWhat is meant by cross-compiler?  
8. What is the purpose of CLK signal in an 8086 system?
9. Differentiate the operating modes of 8086 processor?
10. What is a segment override prefix? Give an example.
11. What is the use of LATCH signal on the data lines?    
12. What is the need for MN/MX pin in 8086 system?
13. What is the purpose of QUEUE in 8086 processor?
14. Give the operation of CBW and TEST instructions of 8086?
15. List few string instructions of 8086?
16. What is the use of LOCK prefix?
17. What is the purpose of REP prefix?
18. What are assembler directives?
19. What are the advantages of ALP?
20. Define a MACRO?
21. What is MACRO expansion?
22. What are the types of Multiprocessor configuration?
23. What is Co-processor? 
PART-B  (16MARKS)
1. Write an assembly language program to add two 2-digits BCD Number?   (4)
2. Explain the instruction set of 8086?       (10)
3. Write notes on status flag?          (6)
4. Explain the similarities diff b/w subtract and compare instructions in 8086
5. Write an assembly language program to convert on array of ASCII code to
correspondingbinary (hex) value. The ASCII array is stored starting from 4200H.The first
element of thenumber of elements in the array.        (8)
6. Explain addressing modes of 8086?     (10)
7. Write an ALP to Add two 8 bit numbers?   (4)   
8. How do the instructions of 8086 is classified based on their function and
word length?Give an example?         (8)
9. Explain the 8086 Bit Manipulation instructions with an example for
each. (6)
10. Write an 8086 program to convert BCD Data to Binary Data. (8)
Explain the Relative addressing mode and the Implied addressing
mode with its syntax. Use an example. (8)
UNIT-III
PART-A (2 MARKS)
1. Name the two modes of operation of DMA controller?
2. List the operating modes of 8253 timer.    
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3. Give the control word format of timer?
4. What is the use of USART?
5. Compare serial and parallel communication.
6. What is the use of Keyboard and display controller?
7. What are the functions performed by 8279?
8. What is PPI?
9. Give the control word format for I/O mode of 8255?
10. Give the BSR mode format of 8255.
11. What is the need for interrupt controller?
12. What are the registers present in 8259?
13. What are the applications of 8253?
14. Define interrupts.
15. Define DMA process.
16. Give the status word format of 8257. 
17. What are the types of serial data communication?
18. What is baud rate?
19. What is USART?
20. What are the features of 8279?
21. List some of the features of INTEL 8259 (Programmable Interrupt Controller)
22. What are the control words of 8251A and what are its functions ?
23. What are the display modes supported by the 8279 chip?
24. Name any two coprocessors and their use.
25. Give the format of program clock word of 8279 and mention its purpose.
26. Mention any two coprocessors and their use.
27. What is 2 key lockout and n key roolover?
28. Name the two types of CRT display systems.
29. What do you mean by leading edge and trailing edge problems in hexadecimal
keyboards?
30. State any two main functions of a CRT controller.
PART-B (16 MARKS)
1. Draw the Block diagram and explain the operations of 8251 serial communication
interface.     (16)
2. Draw the Block diagram of 8279 and explain the functions of each block.   (16)
3. Draw the block diagram of programmable interrupt controller and explain its
operations.(16)
4. Discuss in detail about the operation of timer along with its various modes.   (16)    
5. Draw the Block diagram of DMA controller and explain its operations.  
6. Explain the 8279 keyboard and display controller with a neat sketch.
7. Describe the architecture and working of 8253 timer
UNIT –IV
PART-A (2 MARKS)
1. What is Micro controller?
2. What is the difference between microprocessor & micro controller?
3. List the addressing modes of 8051?
4. Explain the instructions used to access external RAM.
5. List the features of 8051 microcontroller?
6. Explain the interrupts of 8051 microcontroller?
7. What is the function of program counter in 8051?
8. Write about the jump statement?
9. Write about CALL statement in 8051?
10. Explain the operating mode0 of 8051 serial ports?
11. Explain the operating mode2 of 8051 serial ports?
12. Explain the mode3 of 8051 serial ports?
PART B (16 MARKS)
1. With neat sketch explain the architecture of 8051 microcontroller. (16)
2. Draw the Pin Diagram of 8051 and explain the function of various
3. signals. (16)
4. List the various Instruction available in 8051 microcontroller. (16)
5. Explain the memory structure of 8051 (16)
6. Explain the I/O port structure of 8051. (16)
7. Draw the pin configuration of 8051, Explain each pin.
8. Explain the instruction set of 8051. (16)
9. MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER
10. Draw the format of SCON register. Explain different bits in it. (16)
11. Write an assembly language program to find “Fibonacci Series” of “N” given term. (16)
12. Write an assembly language program for stepper motor control.
UNIT –V
PART-A (2 MARKS)
1. How is the microcontroller used for the traffic light control application?
Differentiate microprocessor from microcontroller in system design.
2. What are the design considerations for washing machine control?
3. What are the advantages of 8051 microcontroller in washing machine control?
4. How is stepper motor interfaced with microcontroller?
5. What is I2C?
PART B (16 MARKS)
1. Explain how microcontrollers and microprocessors can be used for the
washing machine control application. Use sketches.
2. Explain with a neat sketch how microcontrollers and microprocessors can
be used for the stepper motor control application.
3. Explain in the detail the process involved in the design of traffic light controller with
example.

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Anna university question bank

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Microprocessors and Microcontrollers ECE
SUB.NAME : EC1301  MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS
BRANCH : ECE                 YEAR/SEM : III / V
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UNIT I
8085 MICROPROCESSOR
PART – A (2 Marks)
1. What are EI & DI instructions of 8085?
2. What is ALE?
3. Define stack.
4. What do you mean by input port & output port?
5. List the flags of 8085.
PART – B (16 Marks)

1. Draw & explain the architecture of 8085 microprocessor    (16)
 2. Draw the Pin Diagram of 8085 and explain the function of various signals (16)
 3. Explain the instruction classification & instruction sets    (16)
 4. Write a program to sort the numbers in ascending and descending order. (16)
 5. Draw the timing diagram of the following Instructions    (16)

UNIT II
PERIPHERALS INTERFACING OF 8085
PART – A (2 Marks)
1. What are the types of serial data communication?
2. What is baud rate?
3. What is USART? 
4. List the Software and Hardware interrupts of 8085?
5. What are the features of 8279?
6. List some of the features of INTEL 8259 (Programmable Interrupt Controller)
7. What are the control words of 8251A and what are its functions?

PART – B (16 Marks)

1. With neat sketch explain the functions of 8255 PPI.    (16)
2. With neat sketch explain the functions of 8251.     (16)
 3. With neat sketch explain the function of DMA controller.   (16)
 4. With neat sketch explain the function of Programmable Interrupt Controller. (16)
 5. With neat sketch explain the function of Keyboard and display controller. (16)
 6. With neat sketch explain the function of A/D converter.    (16)
7 With neat sketch explain the function of D/A converter.    (16)

UNIT III
8086 MICROPROCESSOR
PART – A (2 Marks)
1. What is addressing?
2. What are the modes in which 8086 can operate?
3. List the segment registers of 8086.
4. What are the Index registers of 8086?
5. What is NMI?
6. What are the flags of 8086?
PART – B (16 Marks)
1. Draw the architectural block diagram of 8086.                                                         (16)
 2. Explain with examples addressing modes of 8086 processor.                                    (16)
3. Draw & explain the modes of operation of 8086.                 (16)
4. Explain the instruction set of 8086 with examples.                                           (16)

UNIT IV
8051 MICRO CONTROLLER
PART – A (2 Marks)
1. What is a Microcontroller?
2. What is the difference between microprocessor & microcontroller?
3. List the addressing modes of 8051.
4. Explain the instructions used to access external RAM.
5. List the features of 8051 microcontroller.
6. Explain the interrupts of 8051 microcontroller
PART – B (16 Marks)
 1.With neat sketch explain the architecture of 8051 microcontroller.  (16)
 2. Draw the Pin Diagram of 8051 and explain the function of various signals. (16)
 3. List the various Instructions available in 8051 microcontroller.   (16)
 4. Explain the memory structure of 8051       (16)
5. Explain the I/O port structure of 8051.       (16)
6. Draw the pin configuration of 8051, explain each pin.    (16)

UNIT V
8051 PROGRAMMING AND APPLICATIONS

PART – A (2 Marks)
1. What is the function of program counter in 8051?
2. Write about the jump statement?
3. Write about CALL statement in 8051.
4. Explain the operating mode0 of 8051 serial ports
5. Explain the operating mode2 of 8051 serial ports.
6. Explain the mode3 of 8051 serial ports.
PART – B (16 Marks)
1. Explain the instruction set of 8051.                     (16)
2. Draw the format of SCON register. Explain different bits in it.                                    (16)
3. Write an assembly language program to find “Fibonacci Series” of “N” given term.  (16)
4. Write an assembly language program for stepper motor control.                                  (16)
5. Explain the interfacing concept  of keyboard  with 8051.                                             (16)
6. Explain the interfacing concept of ADC &  DAC  with controller.                              (16)

Ec2304 Microprocessors And Microcontrollers Anna University Question Bank

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QUESTION BANK - V SEMESTER ECE
EC2304 – MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS
UNIT I
Part A
1. When the 8086 processor is in minimum mode and maximum mode (April 2011)
2. Define segment override prefix       (April 2011)
3. What are Tristate devices      (Nov 2010)
4. Mention the advantages of using direct memory access  (Nov 2010)
5. List out the number of memory cycles and T states taken by the instruction STA
4500H                     (Nov 2009)
6. What is the function of XRA A instruction?      (Nov 2009)
7. State the use of RESET IN and RESET OUT pins of 8085 processor. (Nov 2009)
8. Define a register array?                                                                          (June 2009)
9. What is buffer?                                                                                       (June 2009)
10. List out the function of Accumulator.                                                     (Nov 2008)
11. What do you mean by Non Maskable Interrupt?                                     (Nov 2008)
12. State the number of machine cycles and T-states requires to complete the
execution of the 8085 instruction MOV M,A.                                         (Nov 2008)
13. Let PC= 8500H and SP = E000H when a current instruction is being executed by
8085. What will be new value of these registers, when a device interrupts the
processor on RST 5.5?                                                                             (Nov 2008)
14. What is the function of HOLD and HLDA?                                           (May 2008)
15. Let the accumulator content is 9A H and CY= 1. What will be content of CY after
RRC being executed?                                                                             (May 2008)
9.        What information is conveyed when Qs1 Qs0 bits are 01?                        (May 2008)
10.      What is the addressing mode of the following instructions?                   (May 2008)
                  JMP [3001H]
                  MOV AX,55H [BX] [SI]
11.      List the different flags affected by the arithmetic and logic operations. (Nov 2007)
12.      Draw the contents of the stack and the registers after a PUSH instruction. 
                                                                                                                              (Nov2007)
13.      Write about multiplexing of 8085 address bus.                                        (Nov 2007)
14.      What are the various registers available in 8085?                                    (Nov 2007)
15.      How address and data lines are demultiplexed in 8085?                         (May 2007)
16.      What is the function performed by SIM instruction in 8085?                 (May 2007)
17.      Name the various Flag bits available in an 8085 microprocessor.    (Nov 2006, ‘09)
18.      Give the significance of SIM and RIM instruction available in 8085.     (Nov 2006)
19.      Define STACK.                                                                                        (Nov 2006)
20.     Write description of XCHG                                                                      (May 2006)
21.     What is the maximum capacity of memory that can be identified with 8085?
(May 2006)
22.     What is the difference between RAR and RAL instructions in 8085?      (Nov 2005)
 
Part B

1. Explain the Architecture of 8086 in Detail    (May 2011)
2. Write Briefly about Direct memory Access    (May 2011)
3. Explain the External memory addressing in 8086   (May 2011)
4. Discuss the Interrupt types of 8086 micro processor   (May 2011)
5. Explain Implied Addressing mode and relative addressing mode in detail (Nov
2010)
6. Explain the 8086 interrupt types in detail    (Nov2010)
7. What are the peripheral I/O instructions write its syntax and explain the same with
the timing diagram     (Nov 2010)
8. Explain 8085 microprocessor with functional block diagram. (June 9,Nov’09,10)
9. Write an assembly language program to subtract two 8 bit numbers using 8085.
(Nov 2009)
10. Explain any FOUR two byte instructions used in 8085 processor. (8) (Nov’09)
11. Explain programming techniques of 8085                                             (June 2009)
12. (i).Write a program to convert Binary number to BCD number and explain. 
      (ii).Draw the block diagram of 8085 microprocessor and explain.         (Nov 2008)
13. (i).Write BCD and Binary code Conversion Program and explain. 
      (ii).Explain the instruction set of 8085.                                                   (Nov 2008)
14. (i)Explain the function of the following signals of 8085: RST 7.5, TRAP, HOLD
and INTA. (8)
     (ii)Draw and explain the use of bits in PSW in8085. What are the flags affected by 
      the MVI M,00 AND XRA A instructions? (8)                                        (Nov 2008)  
15. (i)Enumerate the addressing modes of 8085 instruction set with suitable examples
for each. (8)
     (ii)Write an assembly language program using 8085 instruction mnemonics that 
         converts a given 2 digit BCD into its equivalent hexadecimal value. Make the 
         program self explanatory with appropriate comments. (8)                   (Nov 2008)
16. (i)Describe the signals present in 8085
     (ii)Write a program to convert 8 bit binary number to BCD.                  (May 2008)
17. (i)Write a program for block transfer of data types
     (ii)Write a program to add a series of 10 numbers stored from location 3000H   
             onwards.                                                                                           (May 2008)
18. (i)Explain the various logical and arithmetic instructions available in 8085
microprocessor. (10)
(ii) Explain the function of various flags of 8085 microprocessor (6)   (May 2007)
19. Write an 8085 assembly language program to convert 8 bit binary to
ASCII code.                                                                                            (May 2007)
20. (i)With a neat block diagram explain the architecture of an 8085
Microprocessor? (12)
(ii) List out the Mask able and Non – Mask able interrupts available in an
8085 processor. (4)                                                                                  (Nov 2006)
21. (i) How do the instructions of 8085 is classified based on their functions
and word length? Give an example. (10)
(ii) Write an ALP to add two 8 bit numbers.                                           (Nov 2006)
 
UNIT II
Part A
1. What are the 8086 instruction used for BCD Arithmetic  (May 11)
2. List any four program control instructions available in 8086  (May 11)
3. What is the purpose of following commands in 8086       (Nov 2010)
AAD,RCL
4. Write an assembly language program to multiply two sixteen bit numbers. Assume
the two numbers are in CX and DX        (Nov 2010)
5. Give the significance of Interrupt flag in 8086 processor.      (Nov 2009)
6. What is indexed addressing? Give an example.       (Nov 2009)
7. State the use of READY signal in 8086 processor.       (Nov 2009)
8. What is the need of a flag register in 8086?                                              (June 2009)
9. What is an interrupt service routine?                                                         (June 2009)
10. What do you mean by Assembler?                                                             (Nov 2008)
11. How do you pass parameters to Macros?                                                   (Nov 2008)
12. What is the function of Bus Interface Unit?                                               (Nov 2008)
13. List out the Segment Registers of 8086                                                      (Nov 2008)
14. What is storage space required to store the interrupt vectors of 8086 ?    (May 2008)
15. What is pipelined architecture?                                                                  (May 2007)
16. What do you mean by pipelining in an 8086 processor?                            (Nov 2006)
17. How the 20-bit effective, address is calculated in an 8086 processor?      (Nov 2006)
18. What are the maximum address space and data bus width of 8086 processor?
19. Mention the addressing modes of the following 8086 instructions:
       MOV AL, disp[BX]; MOV AH, disp[BX] [SI]                                        (Nov 2008)
20. The CS contains A820, while the IP contains CE24. What is the resulting physical
address?                                                                                                     (Nov 2008)
21. What do these instructions do?  : STD, IRET.                                          (Nov 2007)
22. What is Macro?                                                                                         (Nov 2007)
23. How does 8086 generate physical address?                                               (Nov 2007)
24. List the interrupts present in 8086 with interrupt vector table.                   (Nov 2007)
25. What are the flags in 8086?                                                                       (May 2007)
26. What are the various interrupts in 8086?                                                  (May 2007)
27. What is the Physical address corresponding to DS: 103FH if DS=94D0H?
28. What are the advantages of using memory segmentation in 8086?            (Nov 2006)
29. What is Macro and when it is used?                                                           (Nov 2006)
30. What is a segment override prefix? Give an example                                (Nov 2006)
31. Give some examples of Assembler Directives.                                         (May 2006)
32. Can the 8086 processor operate on more than one instruction at a time? If so explain
how it is done?                                                                                           (Nov 2005)
33. What does REP prefix accomplish and what type of instruction is it used with?
34. Give the function of the following signals of 8086: READY, TEST         (Nov 2005)
Part B
1. Explain thje assembler Directives ASSUME,EQU,DW and EVEN with suitable
Examples        (May 2011)
2. Write an 8086 ALP to sort the array of elements in ascending order (May 2011)
3. Write an ALP to find the largest element in an array element (May 11)
4. Explain the data Transfer group and  logical group of 8086 instructions (May 11) 
5. Explain the 8086 bit manipulation instruction with an example of each (Nov 10)
6. Write an 8086 program to convert BCD to Binary  (Nov 10)
7. Explain the relative addressing mode and Implied addressing mode with its
syntax         (Nov 10) 
8. Explain any EIGHT addressing modes used in 8086 processor with an example.
(Nov 2009)
9. Write an assembly language program to find the largest number in an array. 
                                                                                                                     (Nov 2009)
10. Explain the role of the following.
(1) Address Conversion Mechanism   (2) Instruction Queue                 (Nov2009)
11. Explain the significance of the following signals :
      (1) HOLD        (2) IO/M              (3) LOCK                                          (Nov2009)  
12. Explain how the memory unit is addressed by 8086 with a neat diagram.
                                                                                                                       (Nov 2009)
13. Write about Instruction set of 8086                                                        (June 2009)
14. Describe the addressing mode of 8086.                                                  (June 2009)
15. (i).Draw and explain the flag register of 8086 in brief. 
     (ii).Explain the addressing modes of 8086 with example.                        (Nov 2008)
16. i).Write a short notes on Interrupts and Interrupt service routines. 
     ii).Explain the instruction set of 8086.                                                      (Nov 2008)
17. Draw the architectural block diagram of 8086.                                       (Nov 2008)
18. (i)List and explain the use of segment registers in 8086.(8)
     (ii)Explain how instruction pipeline works in 8086 and mention how it helps in    
          improving CPU’s performance. (8)                                                    (Nov 2008)
19. (i)Explain the physical memory organization in an 8086 system (8)
      (ii)Distinguish between the following pairs : NEAR and FAR procedures, macros 
          and subroutines. (8)                                                                             (Nov 2008)
20. List and explain the use of index and pointer registers in 8086.(8)        (Nov 2008)
21. Explain the internal block diagram of 8086.                                            (Nov 2008)
22. (i)Write a program to find the number of positive numbers and negative numbers
in a given series of signed numbers using 8086.
     (ii)Explain the following assembly directives
                  SHORT, TYPE, FAR PTR                                                               (May 2008)
23. (i) Describe the action taken by 8086 when INTR pin is activated. (6)
(ii) Write an assembly language program in 8086 to search the largest data in
an array. (10)                                                                                           (May 2007)
24. (i) Discuss the various addressing modes of 8086 microprocessor. (10) 
(ii) Explain the following assembler directives used in 8086
(1) ASSUME
(2) EQU
(3) DW (6)                                                                                               (May 2007)
25. (i)Explain in detail about memory access mechanism in 8086 (8)
(ii) Explain the function of following 8086 signals.
(1) HLDA
(2) RQ/GTO
(3) DEN
(4) ALE. (8)                                                                                            (May 2007)
26. (i)Explain in detail about the various addressing modes used in 8086
processor? Give an example. (12)
(ii) Name the various segment registers and their usage in 8086 processor. (4) 
                                                                                                                       (Nov 2006)
27. (i)With the neat sketch explain the architecture of an 8086 processor.
(ii) Give the significance of O Flag, T Flag and I Flag, D Flag of 8086. (4) (Nov
2006)
UNIT III
Part A
1. List the major functions performed by CRT interface  (May 2011)
2. Give the salient features of the 8254 programmable timer     (Nov 2010) 
3. What is sample and Hold circuit     (Nov2010 may 11)
4. Differentiate minimum and maximum mode of 8086.      (Nov 2009) 
5. What are the advantages of the multiprocessor systems?                       (May 2009)
6. What is coprocessor?                                                                              (May 2009)
7. The length of short integer in 8087 NDP is ……….                               (Nov 2008)
8. Which form of data representation is used by the 8087 for numbers when it
process them internally and how many bits are used for this representation? (Nov
2008)
9. What is the size of internal register stack of 8087 and how they are named? (May
2008)
10. Differentiate closely coupled configuration and loosely coupled configuration                    
                                                                                                                      (May 2008)
11. How many different data types are supported by 8087?                        (Nov 2007)
12. Define closely coupled configuration.                                                    (Nov 2007)
13. Define loosely coupled configuration.                                                    (May 2007)
14. What are the advantages of loosely coupled configuration?                  (May 2007)
15. What is Daisy chaining?                                                                         (May 2007)
16. What is polling?                                                                                      (Nov 2006)
17. Name the three bus allocation schemes used in loosely coupled multiprocessor
system.                                                                                                    (Nov 2006)
18. What are the three basic multiprocessor configurations that the 8086 can support?
19. What is independent request?                                                                (Nov 2006)
20. State the need of 8087 NDP.                                                                  (May 2006)
21. What is Bus Arbitration?                                                                        (May 2006)
22. What does Qs1 Qs0 of 8087 represent?                                                 (May 2006)
23. Give the status word format of 8087.                                                     (May 2006)
24. State the need of 8089 IOP.                                                                    (Nov 2005)
25. Give the Tag word format of 8087.                                                         (Nov 2005)
Part B
1. Explain the minimum mode of operation of 8086 with a neat sketch.   (Nov2009) 
2. Explain Multi microprocessor configuration methods?                       (June 2009)
3. Discuss about the multiprocessor configurations.                                 (Nov 2008)
4. Explain the basic bus access control and arbitration schemes used in
multiprocessor systems. (8)                                                                  (May 2008)
5. Explain 8089 architecture with a neat diagram.                                    (Nov 2007)
6. Explain 8087 architecture with a neat diagram.                                     (Nov 2007)
7. Name the different data types supported by 8087 and explain               (May 2007)

8. Explain closely coupled configuration with necessary diagrams.          (May 2007)
9. Explain interconnection of 8089 IOP with 8086.                                    (Nov 2006)
10. Explain with necessary diagrams loosely coupled configuration.           (Nov 2006)
11. Explain how Co-processor works and interacts with 8086.                    (May 2006)
UNIT IV
Part A
1. State the role of In-service register of 8259 interrupt controller.           (Nov 2009)
2. How are semiconductor memories classified?                                       (June 2009)
3. What are the operating modes of 8253?                                                 (June 2009)
4. What is the use of IRR(Interrupt Request Register)?                              (Nov 2008)
5. What does it imply if 8259’s ICW1 bit fields LTIM and SNGL bits are set to
zero?                                                                                                         (Nov 2008)
6. What is key bouncing?                                                                            (May 2008)
7. List the uses of USART.                                                                          (Dec 2007)
8. List the features of 8251.                                                                         (Apr 2007)
9. What are the different modes of operations of 8259?                              (Apr 2007)
10. List the functions performed by 8279.                                                     (Apr 2007)
11. What is the function of gate signal in 8254 timer?                                 (May 2007)
12. Write the format of ICW1 in 8259.                                                        (May 2007)
13. Name the two modes used by the DMA processes to transfer data.      (Nov 2006)
14. Name the six modes of operations of an 8253 programmable interval timer. (Nov
2006)
15. Using two 8259-interrupt controllers what is the maximum number of peripherals
that can be provided with interrupt facility.                                             (Apr 2006)
16. Sketch the control word for Programmable timer.                                  (Apr 2006)
17. Write about DMA controller.                                                                   (Apr 2006)
18. Draw the mode word format of 8251A.                                                   (Apr 2006)
19. Write the BSR control word of 8255 to set bit 0 of port C             (Nov 2005)
20. Define PPI.                                                                                               (Nov 2005)
21. Draw the data format used while asynchronous serial data  transmission/reception
is done using 8251.                                                                                  (Nov 2005)
22. What is the internal operating frequency of the 8279? How can you derive it from
any available clock signal?                                                                      (Apr 2005)
23. Draw the command word format for8251.                                              (Apr 2005)
24. Specify the bit of a control word for the 8255.Wchich differentiates b/w I/O mode
and BSR mode?                                                                                       (Apr 2005)
25. Specify the two types of serial communication.                                     (May 2005) 
Part B
1. Describe the DMA controller 8237 Internal architecture?                     (June 2009)
2. Explain Mode of Operation and command words of 8279.                   (June 2009)
3. Draw the block diagram of 8237 and explain the functions of each block. (Nov
2008)
4. Draw the block diagram of 8279 and explain the function of each block. (Nov
2008)
5. Discuss the architecture and working of 8253 timer.                             (May 2008)
6. Describe the working of 8259 Interrupt controller                                (May 2008)
7. With a neat block diagram explain PPI.                                                 (Nov 2007)
8. (i) With the help of block diagram explain the operation of USART (8251A)
(10)
(ii) Discuss the salient features of 8259 – programmable interrupt controller.
(6)                                                                                                            (May 2007)
9. (i) Describe the various modes of operations in 8253 programmable interval
Timer. (8)
(ii) Explain the operation of DMA controller (8237).                            (May 2007)
10. (i)With a neat sketch and explain the operation of an Interrupt controller(8259) 
                                                                                                                                  (14)
      (ii) What is the use of CAS0, CAS1 and CAS2 signals?                         (Nov 2006)
11. Draw the block diagram of a DMA controller (8237) and explain its
operation.                                                                                                 (Nov 2006)
12. Explain the working of Mode 3 operation of timer with a suitable timing diagram.
                                                                                                                      (May 2006)
13. Differentiate between Synchronous and Asynchronous modes of serial
communications. Interpret the mode of operation of 8251 if its mode instruction
command word is initialized to FE H.                                                    (May 2006)
UNIT V
Part A
1. What happens in power down mode of 8051 micro controller  (May 2011)
2. What are the different ways of operand addressing in 8051  (May 2011)
3. what is that register addressing mode in 8051 microcontroller (Nov 2010) 
4. Write an assembly language program to monitor PI continuously It should
stop monitoring when PI reaches 63.     (Nov 2010)
5. Name the two external interrupt of 8051 microcontroller.                (Nov 2009)
6. Specify any two applications of Microcontrollers.                            (Nov 2009)  
7. List the applications of a microcontroller.                                        (June 2009)
8. Define XTAL1 and XTAL2.                                                            (June 2009)
9. What do you mean by Indirect Addressing Mode?                           (Nov 2008)
10. What is the function of DPTR register?                                             (Nov 2008)
11. What is the possible branching range when an AJMP/ACALL of 8051
instruction is executed?                                                                      (Nov 2008)
12. Name the interrupt sources of 8051 for which the priority levels are highest
and lowest, respectively.                                                                    (Nov 2008)
13. How does the status of EA pin affect the access to internal and external
program memory?                                                                             (May 2008)
14. State the difference between RET and RET1 instruction in 8051.   (May 2008)
15. List the interrupts of 8051 micro controller.                                      (Nov 2007)
16. What are register banks in 8051 microcontroller?                             (Nov 2007)
17. Differentiate a microprocessor and a microcontroller.                     (May 2007)
18. Differentiate RRA and RRCA instruction in 8051 microcontroller.(May 2007)
19. Draw the format of PSW of 8051.                                                     (Nov 2006)
20. List the addressing modes supported by 8051.                                  (Nov 2006)
21. What is SFR?                                                                                      (Dec 2006)
 
 
22. What are the features of 8051 microcontrollers?                               (Dec 2006)
23. Which control signals of 8051 are used to access external data memory and 
            external program memory?                                                                     (Apr 2006)
24. State any two applications of 8051.                                                   (Apr 2006)
25. How does 8051 differentiate between external and internal program memory? 
                                                                                                                    (May 2006)
26. What is the function of GATE bit in the TMOD register of 8051?  (May 2006)
27. Explain the function of following pins of 8051 microcontroller
a. PSEN b. EA                                                                                (Nov 2005)
28. Write the various interrupts supported by 8051 with priority level and vector
address                                                                                               (Nov 2005)
29. How do you calculate baud rate for serial communication for 8051 (Nov 2005)
30. What is the use of DTPR?                                                                 (May 2005)
31. What are the addressing modes  supported by 8051
Which of the following are illegal?
A) ADD R3, #50H B) ADD A, #50H
C) ADD R7, R4H D) ADD A,#255H
    E) ADD A ,R5H                                                                                  (May 2005)
26. Draw the interfacing diagram of LCD with 8051 controller.            (May 2005)
27. What are the operating modes of serial port of 8051?                      (May 2005)              
Part B
1. Explain the operations of 8051.                                                            (June 2009)
2. Describe Interrupts and instruction set of 8051.                                    (June 2009)
3. (i).Write a short notes on interrupt of 8051. (ii).Explain the instruction set of 8051.                 
                                                                                                                       (Nov 2008)
4. Explain the architecture of 8051 with its diagram.                                  (Nov 2008)
5. (i)Draw and explain the functions of bits in TMOD and TCON registers of
8051.(10)
(ii) Explain how 8051 distinguishes between internal and external
ROMs.(6)                                                                              (Nov 2008)
6. (i) Write a brief note on interrupts and their priorities of 8051. Draw the format
and explain the bit functions of interrupt enable register (10)
(ii) List the addressing modes of 8051 and give a specific example for each
of them. (6)                                                                            (Nov 2008)
7. (i)Explain the architecture of 8051.
(ii) Write a program to find the number of positive and negative numbers
in an array.                                                                           (May 2008)
8. Explain each PORT circuitry available in 8051.                                    (Nov 2007)
9. Explain serial communication interface available in 8051.                   (Nov 2007)
10. With a suitable block diagram, explain the architecture of 8051 microcontroller. 
    (May 2007)
11. Give the PIN details of an 8051 microcontroller and explain. (16)        (May 2007)
12. Write short notes on LCD interface. (6)                                                  (Nov 2006)
13. Explain different addressing modes used in 8051 microcontroller         (Nov 2006)
14. Explain the programming of counter and Timer of 8051                       (May 2006)
15. With neat diagram, explain the interfacing of LCD with 8051 and write an ALP
for the same.                                                                                            (May 2006)