Home / Online Test / Controlled Inverter Objective Questions Online Test Controlled Inverter Objective Questions S Bharadwaj ReddyLeave a comment Controlled Inverter Objective Questions Digital Electronics Objective Questions 0% A logic circuit that provides a HIGH output for both inputs HIGH or both inputs LOW is Ex-OR gate NAND gate Ex-NOR gate OR gate Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> How many basic binary subtraction operations are possible? 1 2 3 4 Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Why XOR gate is called an inverter? Because of the same input Because of the same output None of the Mentioned It behaves like a NOT gate Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> What is the major difference between half-adders and full-adders? Full adders have a carry input capability Full adders can handle double-digit numbers Half adders can handle only single-digit numbers Full-adders are made up of two half-adders Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> The selector inputs to an arithmetic/logic unit (ALU) determine the: Selection of the IC Data word selection Arithmetic or logic function Clock frequency to be used Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> The binary subtraction of 0 – 0 = ? Difference = 1, borrow = 1 Difference = 1, borrow = 0 Difference = 0, borrow = 1 Difference = 0, borrow = 0 Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Controlled buffers can be useful To control the circuit’s output into the bus All of the Mentioned In increasing the output from its low input In comparison of component’s output with its input Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> What is the first thing you will need if you are going to use a macro-function? An experienced design engineer Experience in HDL Good documentation A complicated design project Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Which of the following is correct for full adders? Full adders are used to make half adders In a parallel full adder, the first stage may be a half adder Full adders are limited to two inputs since there are only two binary digits Full adders have the capability of directly adding decimal numbers Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> When performing subtraction by addition in the 2’s-complement system The minuend is changed to 2’s-complement and the subtrahend is left in its original form The minuend is left in its original form and the subtrahend is changed to its 2’s-complement The minuend and subtrahend are both left in their original form The minuend and the subtrahend are both changed to the 2’s-complement Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> Controlled inverter is also known as None of the Mentioned Both controlled buffer and NOT gate Controlled buffer NOT gate Both controlled buffer and NOT gate Correct! Wrong! - Continue >> What are the two types of basic adder circuits? Sum and carry One and two’s-complement Half-adder and full-adder Asynchronous and synchronous 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 >> Controlled Inverter I got %%score%% of %%total%% right Share your results Facebook Facebook Twitter Google+ ↺ PLAY AGAIN ! Previous Post:K-Map Simplification Objective QuestionsNext Post:4-Bit Parallel Adder/Subtractor Objective Questions – Part 1 Related Articles Online Test Synchronous Machine Stability January 2, 2015 Online Test Biomedical Instrumentation Objective Questions April 5, 2017 Online Test Karnaugh Map Objective Questions May 1, 2015 Online Test Power Systems Objective Questions & Answers – Set 12 January 3, 2015 Online Test Three Phase Converters Objective Questions – 1 December 1, 2014 Online Test Applications of Power Electronics Objective Questions – 1 December 1, 2014 Online Test Measurement of Current Objective Questions January 6, 2017 Online Test Electrical Machines Objective Questions – Set 23 December 2, 2014 Online Test Introduction of Arithmetic Operation May 1, 2015 Online Test Tomography Objective Questions April 2, 2017 Online Test Interconnecting Thyristors Questions and Answers December 1, 2014 Online Test Electric Circuits Objective Questions – Set 5 December 4, 2014 Also Read : Bio Sensors Objective Questions March 31, 2017 Control Systems Objective Questions & Answers – Set 1 May 19, 2017 Excitation Systems for Synchronous Machines January 2, 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.