A) a system clock.
B) software simulation.
A) Pipelining does not boost CPU performance.
B) Pipeline design is only used in computers in conjunction with parallel processing.
C) Pipelining allows a less complicated hardware design.
D) Pipelining allows the computer to process multiple instructions simultaneously. increasing CPU performance
A) registers, RAM, Level 1 cache, Level 2 cache
B) registers, Level 1 cache, Level 2 cache, RAM
C) Level 1 cache, Level 2 cache, RAM, registers
D) Level 2 cache, Level 1 cache, registers, RAM
A) requires a fiber-optic connection.
B) works over an Internet connection.- Skype
C) is only available for calls within the United States.
D)has extremely high quality but is very expensive.
A) it is continuous. -sound & light waves
B) it has only specific discrete values.-Digital signal
C) it is easier to duplicate.
D) it is easier to transmit.
A) multimedia message service
B) telephony -the use of equipment to provide voice communications over a distanceFs, analog to digital
C) mobile switching center
D) digital convergence
B) the CPU
C) ROM -OS is stored here
D) an SD card
A) analog-to-digital converter -strength of analog signal at each point is recorded as a simple number
B) digital convergence
C) digital signal processor
A) low or free cost
C) excellent reliability during Internet or power outages
D) the ability to make calls on a computer from any WiFi hotspot
V. data plan
A. determines the cost and amount of data transfer for mobile devices
B. number of data points used to capture an image
C. uses radio wave to transmit data
D. text messaging
E. continuous sound or light waves
II. mobile switching center
IV. analog-to-digital converter
A. compresses cell phone data for easy transmission
B. the use of equipment to provide voice communications over a distance
C. changes your voice’s sound waves into digital signals
D. central location to which a base station transfers a cell phone service request
E. rule using hardware or software that compress audio and video information
Level 2 cache is 1MB and it may be located on the CPU or on a separate chip or coprocessor.
Level 3 cache holds about 2-12 MB of data it is typically slower but still faster than RAM