Is Arduino microcontroller or microprocessor?

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Description : Is the Arduino a microcontroller?

Description : What is the difference between a microcontroller and a microprocessor?

Answer : Compare microprocessor and microcontroller Microprocessor Microcontroller 1)Inbuilt RAM and ROM 1)Do not have inbuilt RAM or ROM 2)Inbuilt timer 2)Doesn't have inbuilt timer ... same memory 6)Many Multifunction pins on the IC  6)less multifunction Pins on IC.

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Answer : Arduino Uno R3 with USB Cable    Rs. 500.00 BUY NOW FROM AMAZON

Description : Is Arduino based on C or C++?

Description : Which is better Arduino or Raspberry Pi?

Description : *Arduino Based projects* Make a Simple Wall Avoiding Robot Basic LED Cube - Learn to Make LED Cubes How To Smell Pollutants XBee Wireless Accelerometer Breathalyzer Microphone Control Servo ... *For Ready made arduino based projects message now* :

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Description : How do you code an Arduino?

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Description : Can I use Java to code an Arduino?

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Description : How many volts does it take to power an Arduino?

Answer : 5volts is enough to supply the Arduino.

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Description : Can you use Python for Arduino?

Description : What are the different types of Arduino boards?

Description : What is the use of Arduino board?

Description : Write short notes on Arduino.

Answer : Arduino: Arduino is a open source hardware and software. Arduino is a microcontroller. Since Arduino is open source it have many manufacturer. Arduino project was started in about year ... many sensors to the Arduino. Arduino board have microprocessor, crystal oscillator, 5V voltage regulator.

Description : Enlist the advantages of Microcontroller

Answer : Advantages of microcontrollers:  It is an integrated chip with all valuable components including RAM, ROM, I/O Ports.  Cost reducing programs with simple circuitry.  Inbuilt timers / ... Microcontrollers are cheap and very small in size.  Programming of Microcontrollers is simple to learn

Description : Draw block diagram of microcontroller based pick and place Robot. List the four movements required by this Robot.

Answer : Diagram : Explanation: The robot has three axes about which motion can occur. Rotation in a clockwise or anti-clock wise direction of the unit on its base Arm extension or ... . The gripper can be opened or closed by the piston in a linear cylinder extending or retracting as.

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Description : What is a microcontroller and what does it do?

Description : The microprocessor can read/write 16 bit data from or to ________ A. memory B. I /O device C. processor D. register

Answer : The microprocessor can read/write 16 bit data from or to memory 

Description : why arduino is better than other microcontroller ?

Answer : The reason is that the ardunio is the simple way of using the code language because it's resemble like c language and other microcontroller like rasberry pi used the python programming language.

Description : What are the two basic functions needed to code in Arduino and what are they used for?

Answer : The setup() function, which is called once when a program (sketch) starts. It is used to initialize variables, pin modes and libraries. The loop() function, which runs continuously after the code starts. ... as the blink of a light, the activation of a servomotor or the reading of a sensor value.

Description : How does the Arduino connect to the computer?

Answer : The Arduino board connects to the computer via a USB port from the computer to a USB port on the Arduino board.

Description : Enlist the features of 8085 microprocessor.

Answer : Features of 8085 microprocessor: 1. 16 address line so 216=64 Kbytes of memory can be addressed. 2. Operating clock frequency is 3MHz and minimum clock  frequency is 500 KHz. 3. On chip bus ... cycle TTL clock 10. Provide 2 serial I/O lines, so peripheral can be interfaced with  8085 μp

Description : Write an algorithm to subtract two 16 bit numbers (With borrow) in 8086 microprocessor.

Answer : Algorithm for 16 bit numbers subtraction with borrow: 1. Load 0000H into CX register (for borrow) 2. Load the first number into AX(accumulator) 3. Load the second number into BX register 4. Subtract ... . Move data from AX(accumulator) to memory 8. Move data from CX register to memory 9. Stop

Description : Enlist any four addressing modes of 8086 microprocessor.

Answer : Addressing modes of 8086 : 1. Immediate 2. Direct 3. Register 4. Register indirect 5. Indexed 6. Register relative 7. Based indexed 8. Relative based indexed 9. Implied

Description : State the use of OF and DF flags of 8086 microprocessor.

Answer : Overflow Flag: This flag is set if an overflow occurs, i.e. if the result of a signed operation is large enough to be accommodated in destination register. Direction Flag: It selects either increment or decrement mode for DI &/or SI register during string instructions.

Description : State the functions of temporary registers of 8085 microprocessor.

Answer : Temp Register (8 bits) is also called as operand register as it is used by μp for storing one of the operands during an operation and also for storing the result of any execution temproary.

Description : Describe the functions of General purpose registers of 8086 microprocessor.

Answer : (i) General Purpose Registers of 8086 1. AX (Accumulator) - Used to store the result for arithmetic / logical operations All I/O data transfer using IN & OUT instructions use A ... Index - acts as the destination for string movement instructions Used to hold offset address of Extra segment.

Description : List any four salient features of 8085 microprocessor

Answer : Features of 8085:  1. 16 address line so 216=64 Kbytes of memory can be addressed.  2. Operating clock frequency is 3MHz and minimum clock frequency is 500 KHz.  3. On chip bus controller ... duty cycle TTL clock  10. Provide 2 serial I/O lines, so peripheral can be interfaced with 8085 μp

Description : The 16 bit flag of 8086 microprocessor is responsible to indicate ___________ A. the condition of result of ALU operation B. the condition of memory C. the result of addition D. the result of subtraction 

Answer : The 16 bit flag of 8086 microprocessor is responsible to indicate the condition of result of ALU operation

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