Introduction to Digital Systems – 3

3. Digital systems represent quantities :

(a) using more bits in its binary codes as the quantity value increases.
(b) using more bits in its binary code as more accuracy is required.
(c) using binary codes with just two levels – 1 or 0, high level or low level.
(d) all of the above.

Explanation
Explanation : No answer description available for this question. Let us discuss.
 Subject Name : Electronics Engineering Exam Name : IIT GATE, UPSC ESE, RRB, SSC, DMRC, NMRC, BSNL, DRDO, ISRO, BARC, NIELIT Posts Name : Assistant Engineer, Management Trainee, Junior Engineer, Technical Assistant
 Electronics & Communication Engineering Books Sale Question Bank On Electronics & Communication Engineering Book - question bank on electronics & communication engineering; Language: english; Binding: paperback ₹ 308 Sale A Handbook for Electronics Engineering(Old Edition) Made Easy Editorial Board (Author); Marathi (Publication Language); 620 Pages - 01/01/2015 (Publication Date) - Made Easy Publications (Publisher) ₹ 241 Sale Basic Electronic Devices and Circuits Patil (Author); English (Publication Language) ₹ 293 Sale Electronic Circuits: Analysis and Design (SIE) | 3rd Edition Neamen, Donald (Author); English (Publication Language); 1351 Pages - 08/25/2006 (Publication Date) - McGraw Hill Education (Publisher) ₹ 656

Related Posts

• 555555555534. How many binary bits are necessary to represent 748 different numbers? (a) 9 (b) 7 (c) 10 (d) 8
Tags: introduction, digital, systems, binary, bits, represent, electronics, engineering
• 555555555558. 1/4 as a binary number would be ________. (a) 0.01 (b) 0.11 (c) 0.10 (d) 0.00
Tags: introduction, digital, systems, binary, electronics, engineering
• 555555555542. Give the decimal value of binary 10010. (a) 610 (b) 910 (c) 1810 (d) 2010
Tags: introduction, digital, systems, binary, electronics, engineering
• 555555555544. Give the decimal value of binary 10000110. (a) 13410 (b) 14410 (c) 11010 (d) 12610
Tags: introduction, digital, systems, binary, electronics, engineering
• 555555555583. ________ is the highest-value seven-bit binary number. (a) 128 (b) 127 (c) 126 (d) 125
Tags: introduction, digital, systems, binary, electronics, engineering