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Unformatted text preview: a. 135dc 16 +1ac8 16 b. 143d8 16-18cc 16 c. 48e8 16 +86c2 16 d. 27c8 16-8ea 16 ECE 330 Homework 1 Fall 2010 Due: Monday 8/30/10 Page 2 of 2 4. If you have the following address sizes what are the corresponding address spaces? a) 13 bits b) 17 bits c) 23 bits 5. If you have the following memory sizes, what should the address size be? a) 56k bytes b) 32k bytes of memory plus a few memory mapped devices (assume that each device uses 16 bytes of address space) . 6. How many entities can be addressed by the following address schemes? a. 5 decimal digits b. 3 hexadecimal digits c. 7 octal digits d. 9 binary digits 7. What is the unit of addressability for the Nios II processor? 8. How much memory can the Nios II processor have? 9. How many bits are in a byte? 10. Name three types of memory found on the DE2 board used for the lab....
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- Fall '10
- Microprocessor, Binary numeral system, Decimal, decimal representation, Nios II, following YouTube videos