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Id vs. Vds Characteristics of NMOS and PMOS transistors?
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Have you studied pipelining? List the 5 stages of a 5 stage pipeline. Assuming 1 clock per stage, what is the latency of an instruction in a 5 stage machine? What is the throughput of this machine ? Intel 4
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Insights of a Tri-State Inverter? Intel 3
Give the expression for CMOS switching power dissipation?   2
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What is SPICE? Intel 4
How to find the read failiure probablity in SRAM?   2
verify nmos passes good logic 0 and passes bad logic 1.also verify that pmos passes good logic 1 and passes bad logic 0. HP 1
What is Noise Margin? Explain the procedure to determine Noise Margin? Cisco 4
Give the expression for CMOS switching power dissipation? Cypress-Semiconductor 2
For a single computer processor computer system, what is the purpose of a processor cache and describe its operation? Intel 3
Explain the usage of the shared SPI bus?   1
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