Digital Electronics - Counters

Exercise :: Counters - General Questions

49. 

A counter with a modulus of 16 acts as a ________.

A. divide-by-8 counter
B. divide-by-16 counter
C. divide-by-32 counter
D. divide-by-64 counter

Answer: Option B

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50. 

How many data bits can be stored in the register shown below?

A. 5
B. 32
C. 31
D. 4

Answer: Option A

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51. 

What is the difference between a 7490 and a 7493?

A. 7490 is a MOD-10, 7493 is a MOD-16
B. 7490 is a MOD-16, 7493 is a MOD-10
C. 7490 is a MOD-12, 7493 is a MOD-16
D. 7490 is a MOD-10, 7493 is a MOD-12

Answer: Option A

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52. 

A ripple counter's speed is limited by the propagation delay of:

A. each flip-flop
B. all flip-flops and gates
C. the flip-flops only with gates
D. only circuit gates

Answer: Option A

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53. 

Referring to the given figure, at which point is the serial data transferred to the parallel output?

A. W
B. X
C. Y
D. Z

Answer: Option D

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54. 

A 4-bit counter has a maximum modulus of ________.

A. 3
B. 6
C. 8
D. 16

Answer: Option D

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