2011 Cisco Placement Paper - IIBangalore

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  • LocationBangalore
  • CompanyCisco
  • Posted date on our Website29 January 2011

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2009 Cisco Placement Paper:-

1. In order to find out stack fault of a three input nand gate how many necessary input vectors are needed ?

2. What is parity generation ?

3. A nand gate becomes ___ gate when used with negative logic ?

4. What is the advantage of cmos over nmos ?

5. What is the advantage of syncronous circuits over asynchronous circuits ?

6. What is the function of ALE in 8085 ?

7. A voice signal sample is stored as one byte. Frequency range is 16 Hz to 20 Hz. What is the memorysize required to store 4 minutes voice signal?

8.
What will the controller do before interrupting CPU?

9. In a normalised floating point representation, mantissa is represented using 24 bits and exponent with 8 bits using signed representation. What is range ?

10. The stack uses which policy out of the following-- LIFO, FIFO, Round Robin or none of these ?

11. Where will be the actual address of the subroutine is placed for vectored interrupts?

12. Give the equivalent Gray code reprasentation of AC2H.

13. What is the memory space required if two unsigned 8 bit numbers are multiplied ?

14. The vector address of RST 7.5 in 8085 processor is _______.

Ans. 003C (multiply 7.5 by 8 and convert to hex)

15. Subtract the following hexadecimal numbers--- 8416 - 2A16

16. Add the following BCD numbers--- 1001 and 0100

17. How much time does a serial link of 64 Kbps take to transmit a picture with 540 pixels.

18. Give the output when the input of a D-flip flop is tied to the output through the XOR gate.

19.  main()
      { int i=1;
      fork();
      fork();
      fork();
      printf("%d",i);
      }
      how many times i will be printed
     
ans:8

20. struct *s;
      s=(struct *)malloc(10*sizeof(struct)+90*sizeof(int));
      free(s);

ans:total memory deallocated

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