Discussion :: Signals and Switches - General Questions (Q.No.11)
How long will it take to serially transmit the hexadecimal number C316 if the clock frequency is 1.5 MHz?
Answer: Option D
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|Himanshu said: (Nov 29, 2010)|
|Please answer this question|
|Karthick said: (Jul 29, 2011)|
|Please give explanation.|
|Ankita said: (Aug 14, 2011)|
|Please explain it.|
|Madhava Reddy said: (Jan 10, 2012)|
|Time = (no of bits/frequency) = 8/(1.5*10^6) = 5.33 micro seconds|
|Srikanth said: (Nov 26, 2012)|
|Given number is in hexadecimal then the no of bits should be 16, but why you can take as 8 bits. Please explain me.|
|Vipul Chaudhary said: (Dec 29, 2012)|
|Here in this question the data are serially transmit right so we will conisder the bits.
Now, (c3) hexa decimal means (1100 0011) right that means no of bits is 8 and the value is c3.
Time = (no of bits/frequency) = 8/ (1.5*10^6) = 5.33 micro seconds.
|Sagar said: (Dec 14, 2013)|
|For Hexadecimal 16 is the base value. Not the number of bits.|
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