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Question number: 1

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What will be the CMRR in dB if common mode voltage is 1V and differential mode voltage is 1mV and error is 1%?

Explanation

In terms of voltages CMRR can be defined as,

Equation

Here, common mode voltage, Vic = 1V

Differential mode voltage, Vid = 0.001V

Error, e = 1%= 0.01

Substituting these values in equation (i)

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Question number: 2

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What is the difference between little endian and big endian?

Explanation

  • Big Endian and little Endian are used to describe the order in which sequence of bytes are stored in a memory.

Big Endian:

  • Here, the “big end” (most significant value in the sequence) is stored on the lowest storage address.
  • For e. g. , in storing 1234 first 12 is stored at some address and then 34 is stored on next memory address.

Little Endian:

  • Here, the “little end” (lowest significant value in the sequence) is stored on the lowest storage address.
  • For e. g. , in storing 1234 first 34 gets stored at some address and then 12 is stored on next address.

Question number: 3

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What is DeMorgan’s law?

Explanation

  • For two different sets or variables, A and B,

(A + B) ’ = A’B’………. (i)

(AB) ’ = A’ + B’………. . (ii)

  • This law is applicable in Boolean algebra and set operations.
  • Equation (i) says that complement of sum of two variables is equal to the product of the compliment of each variable.
  • Equation (ii) says that compliment of the product of two variables is equal to the sum of compliment of each variable.
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