What is non-maskable interrupts, Electrical Engineering

An interrupt which can be never be turned off (ie. disabled) is called as Non-Maskable interrupt.             

 

 

Posted Date: 4/6/2013 4:08:06 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- What is non-maskable interrupts, Assignment Help, Ask Question on What is non-maskable interrupts, Get Answer, Expert's Help, What is non-maskable interrupts Discussions

Write discussion on What is non-maskable interrupts
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Your site is full of plagiarised content even though you claim to be and I quote "Plagiarism Free". You should not be charging for this content, the site and service is a fraud.

Q. A BJT is biased by the method shown in Figure. If V BEQ = 0.7V, β = 100, V CEQ = 10 V, and I CQ = 5 mA, find I 1 , I 2 , and IEQ.

Q. Explain the frequency response curve of a  RC coupled amplifier The frequency response curve of a typical RC coupled Amplifier is shown below: In mid frequency range

Design : Rather than 100 two-motion selectors as in the case of Design 3, let's consider only 24 two-motion selectors. In the case 24 simultaneous calls can be put through the swi

Give three reasons why a chamfer shouldn''t an "unimportant" dimension

This example is concerned with steady-state sinusoidal analysis by using mesh equations and MATLAB. Let us consider the circuit shown in Figure and find the input impedance at the

Ask questertion #Minimum 100 words accepted#

Q. Discuss the operation of a transistorized phase shift oscillator with the help of a diagram? Explain the phase shifting circuit? An oscillator is a circuit which converts el

The sinusoidal voltage source in the circuit shown in Fig. is developing an rms voltage of 2000 V. The 4 ? load in the circuit is absorbing four times as much average power as the

Q. Explain the basic principle of linear sweep voltage generator A linear time base generator or sweep generator is one that provides an output waveform, a portion of which exh