What is the disadvantage of microprocessor?
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Answer / madhu rai
1.It has limitations on the size of data.
2.Most Microprocessor does not support floating-point
3.over heating physically,
4. not bit addressable,
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Answer / raghavendra
over heating physically, not bit addressable,
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Answer / j.sureshkumar
1.should not contact directly with other external devices
2.it wont have any internal ROM and RAM and other io devices
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Answer / v.vijayakumar
It has limitations on the size of data. Most Microprocessor
does not support floating-point operations
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Answer / curry
can't process analogue signals directly
physically over heat
doesn't directly contact with external devices
inflicts restriction on the size of data
lack of space don't allow more complex processors to take place
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