June 12, 2021

Emulation Techniques MCQ’s

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This set of Embedded System Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Emulation Techniques”.

1. What does JTAG stand for?
a) joint tag address group
b) joint test address group
c) joint test access group
d) joint test action group

2. Which of the following has the additional circuitry which supports the background debug mode?
a) memory
b) input
c) peripheral
d) processor

3. Which of the following does not have the ability to get hundred individual signal cables into the probe in the emulation technique?
a) OnCE
b) BDM
c) ICE
d) JTAG

4. Which of the following works by using a serial port?
a) Simulator
b) JTAG
c) BDM
d) OnCE

5. Which of the following emulators can provide its own in circuit emulation facility?
a) Simulator
b) Debugger
c) SDS
d) OnCE

6. Which debugging facility is used in the Motorola’s DSP 56x0x family?
a) JTAG
b) ICE
c) OnCE
d) BDM

7. Which of the following is a traditional method for emulating the processor?
a) SDS
b) ICE
c) CPU simulator
d) Low-level language simulator

8. How the additional registers are accessed in the OnCE?
a) parallel port
b) serial port
c) jtag
d) address register

9. What is meant by OnCE?
a) on-chip emulation
b) off-chip emulation
c) one-chip emulation
d) once-chip emulation

10. Which of the following allows access to all the hardware within the system?
a) debugger
b) JTAG
c) onboard debugger
d) simulator

11. Which emulator is used in MC68HC12?
a) JTAG
b) BDM
c) On-CE
d) SDS

12. Which facility provides the provision of the debug ports in the ICE technique?
a) simulator
b) emulator
c) debug support
d) jtag

13. What does BDM stand for?
a) background debug mode
b) basic debug mode
c) basic debug microcode
d) background decode mode

14. Which of the following takes the processor, when the processor enters the BDM mode?
a) address code
b) high-level microcode
c) low-level microcode
d) data code

15. What does ICE stand for?
a) in-circuit emulation
b) in-code EPROM
c) in-circuit EPOM
d) in-code emulation

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