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Department of Electronics and Communication


Branch & Section: CSE&IT
Semester:IV
Date & Time: 25.02.2016&1:15 to 4:15 PM
Max.
Marks: 100
Subject Code & Title: EC6504 MPMC Staff In-charge:
P.Senthil
Part A (10 * 2 = 20 marks)
Answer All the Questions
1. Differentiate Macros and Procedures

2. Define Linking and Relocation. When it will happen?.


A linker is a program used to join together
several object files into one large object file. The linker
does not assign absolute addresses but only relative
address starting from zero, so the programs are
relocatable & can be put anywhere in memory to be
run.
3. Name the hardware interrupt in 8086.[Apr/May 2013]
nonmarkable interrupt(NMI) and interrupt (INTR)
4. Give the importance assembler directives [nov/dec
2011]
An Assembler directive is a statement to give
direction to the assembler to perform task of assembly
process
5. Define segment over ride prefix.
The processor places a special byte before the
instruction called a prefix.No prefix is needed or placed
for default association. Opcode has not changed, but

the prefix byte has modified the default association to


association with the desired segment register for this
one instruction.
6. When the processor is in minimum and maximum
mode. [May/June 2011]
The logic level at MN/MX pin decides whether
processor operates in minimum or maximum mode.
7. What will happen when a DMA request is made, while
the CPU is performing a memory or I/O cycles?
i. The request occurs on or before T2 state of the
current cycle. ii. The current cycle is not operating over
the lower byte of a word. iii. The current cycle is not
the first acknowledge of an interrupt acknowledge
sequence. iv. A lock instruction is not being executed.
8. Write the advantages of loosely coupled system over
tightly coupled systems?
1. Each processor may have a local bus to access local
memory or I/o devices so that a greater degree of
parallel processing can be achieved 2. More flexible 3.
Better system throughput by having more than one
processor.
9. List the pointer and index registers in 8086 [nov/dec
2010]
code, data and stack segments- pointer
SI and DI are the index registers
10.Mention the need for coprocessor in a microprocessor
based system. [May/June 2010]
Coprocessor performs the complex task and reduces
the burden 8086
Part B (5*16=80 marks)
Answer All the Questions
11. a). Explain the internal hardware architecture of 8086
microprocessor with neat diagram.(16) [nov/dec 2013]
Bus interface unit
Execution unit
Block diagram of 8086
(or)

b). Explain the instruction set of 8086 in detail.(16)


i. Data copy / transfer instructions
ii. Arithmetic and logical instructions
iii. Branch instructions
iv. Loop instruction
v. Machine control instruction
vi. Flag manipulation instruction
vii. Shift and rotate instruction
viii. String instruction
12.a). (i).Explain the assembler directives of 8086 in
detail.[may/june 2013] (8)
Definition of assembler directives
Types of assembler directives
(ii)Explain the concept of interrupt processing in
8086.(8)
Interrupt service routine
Interrupt service
(or)
b).(i) Develop a program to multiply two 16 bit
numbers and results stored in memory location.
[May/June 2014] (8)
Algorithms, flowchart and program
(ii) Develop a program to transfer 10 bytes of data
from memory location from 1200 H. [May/June 2014]
(8)
Algorithms, flowchart and program
13.a). what is addressing modes? Explain the addressing
modes of 8086 in detail.[nov/dec 2010] (16)
i. Immediate
ii. Direct
iii. Register
iv. Register indirect
v. Indexed
vi. Register relative
vii. Based indexed
viii. Relative based indexed
(or)
b). (i).what is bus arbitration? Explain briefly the
various bus arbitration schemes [May/June 2009] (8)

polling, daisy chaining and interrupt independent


(ii).compare closely coupled and loosely coupled
systems.
[nov/dec 2012] (8)
Closely and loosely coupled: memory, I/O and system
bus access comparison
14.a). Describe the maximum mode signals, bus cycles
and maximum mode system configuration of 8086
microprocessor
[nov/dec 2012] (16)
Max mode signal description
(or)
b). Explain about protected mode of operation of X86
family and Pentium processors. (16)
Real mode, protected mode and virtual 8086 mode
Features of Pentium processor
15.a).Draw the pin diagram of 8086 CPU and explain the
functions of pins in minimum and maximum mode of
operation of 8086. [May/June 2012] (16)
Pin diagram
Pin details and functions
Min/max mode operation
(or)
b). (i) Draw and explain the bus timing diagram for
memory read cycle. (8)
Bus timing diagram for read cycle
Bus signals
(ii) Draw and explain the bus timing diagram for
memory write cycle. (8)
Bus timing diagram for write cycle
Bus signals

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