Home / Online Test / Code Converters Objective Questions Online Test Code Converters Objective Questions S Bharadwaj ReddyLeave a comment Code Converters Objective Questions Digital Electronics Objective Questions 0% Use the weighting factors to convert the following BCD numbers to binary: 0101 0011 & 0010 0110 1000 11010100 100001100000 01010011 001001101000 101011 001100001 110101 100001100 Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Why is the Gray code more practical to use when coding the position of a rotating shaft? All digits change between counts Only one digit changes between counts Two digits change between counts None of the Mentioned Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> The primary use for Gray code is Turning on/off software switches To represent the correct ASCII code to indicate the angular position of a shaft on rotating machinery Coded representation of a shaft’s mechanical position To convert the angular position of a shaft on rotating machinery into hexadecimal code Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Code is a symbolic representation of Decimal information into binary Discrete information Continuous information Binary information into decimal Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Earlier, reflected binary codes were applied to 2’s complement Mathematical puzzles binary multiplication Binary addition Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Reflected binary code is also known as ASCII code Gray Code BCD code Binary code Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Why do we use gray codes? Error correction To rotate a shaft To count the no of bits changes None of the Mentioned Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> The binary representation of BCD number 00101001 (decimal 29) is 1101001 0101011 0110101 0011101 Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> A code converter is a logic circuit that None of the Mentioned Converts data of one type into another type Inverts the given input Converts into decimal number Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Convert binary number into gray code: 100101 111001 101101 110111 001110 Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> One way to convert BCD to binary using the hardware approach is With a keyboard encoder UART With MSI IC circuits With an ALU Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Share the quiz to show your results ! Facebook Facebook Just tell us who you are to view your results ! Show my results >> Code Converters I got %%score%% of %%total%% right Share your results Facebook Facebook Twitter Google+ ↺ PLAY AGAIN ! Previous Post:Parity Generators/Checkers Objective Questions – Part 2Next Post:Magnitude Comparator Objective Questions Related Articles Online Test Sensors Objective Questions March 23, 2017 Online Test Electric Circuits Objective Questions – Set 13 December 4, 2014 Online Test Inverse Transducers Objective Questions February 13, 2017 Online Test Power Factor Control of Synchronous Machines January 2, 2015 Online Test Single-Phase Half Wave AC-DC Converter Objective Questions – 4 December 1, 2014 Online Test Master-Slave Flip-Flops Objective Questions May 1, 2015 Online Test Single Phase VSI Objective Questions – 2 December 1, 2014 Online Test Sum of Products & Products of Sum Objective Questions May 1, 2015 Online Test MOSFET Objective Questions – Part 1 December 1, 2014 Online Test Bio Sensors Objective Questions March 31, 2017 Online Test Voltage Control in Inverters Objective Questions December 1, 2014 Online Test Induction Generator January 2, 2015 Also Read : Asynchronous Counter Objective Questions May 1, 2015 Electrical & Electronics Measurements Objective Questions – Set 6 June 17, 2017 Flip Flops Objective Questions – Part 3 May 1, 2015 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.