Mainframes - introduction to microprocessors , Electrical Engineering


Computers larger than minicomputer more power  operating at very high speed  called  mainframes.  They  can processes 64  bit data.  Such computers are used  in defence image processing science fiction movies  etc. Examples  type of  computers are IBM 4381 and DPS 8.

Posted Date: 4/4/2013 1:17:04 AM | Location : United States

Related Discussions:- Mainframes - introduction to microprocessors , Assignment Help, Ask Question on Mainframes - introduction to microprocessors , Get Answer, Expert's Help, Mainframes - introduction to microprocessors Discussions

Write discussion on Mainframes - introduction to microprocessors
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. Consider Figure of the weighted differencing amplifier. Let R 3 = R 1 and R 4 = R 2 . Determine the input resistance between terminals a and b of the circuit.

Analysis in equilibrium : Solution of Poisson's Equation with suitable boundary conditions - Non-equilibrium analysis: The electron and hole densities are no longe

transient analysis of clampers

Considering the circuit shown in Figure (a), find the state of operation and operating point if the BJT has β = 80 and other typical values of a silicon BJT at room temperature.

Advantages of BJT over MOSFET: BJTs have some benefits over MOSFETs for at least two digital applications. Very first, in high speed switching, they do not comprises the "large

Common base configuration: for pap transistor connection for common base operation is as follow: common base means base is common to both input and output side of configurati

Q. What do you mean by Sensors or Transducers? In almost all engineering applications there arises a need tomeasure some physical quantities, such as positions, displacements,

Q. A sample of iron having a volume of 20 cm is subjected to a magnetizing force varying sinusoidally at a frequency of 400 Hz. The area of the hysteresis loop is found to be 80 cm

Q. A voltmeter with a full scale of 100 V has a probable error of 0.1% of full scale. When this meter is employed to measure 100 V, find the percent of probable error that can exis