Questions tagged [architecture]

As used in EE.SE, it describes the physical topology and techniques of routing power, ground, data and control lines across a given area. This could be a CPU/MPU, circuit board or the lighting of LED's around a pool. Electrical parameters and physical (object) constraints ultimately decide the most efficient and safe layout. The term 'architecture' has no scale (size) until it is defined by schematics, diagrams, blue prints.

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Help needed in selecting the power architecture for my project [closed]

I had some trouble in finalizing the power architecture for my upcoming project. In a brief summary about the project, I am using a GPS device to acquire location of the vehicle and control two ...
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IA 32 architecture segmentation

I was reading the 10th edition of "Operating System Concepts" written by Abraham Silberschatz and many others. It says about IA-32 architecture's segmentation: The IA-32 architecture allows a ...
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What is the difference in VHDL between multiple architectures and multiple generate statements within one architecture?

Considering two cases: Case 1: A top file where, depending on a parameter P, I make use of the generate statements to ...
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Non-isolated DC power distribution for an appliance

I am building an appliance where we have a device where we need to have a +48 V/300 W DC power rail and a +24 V/300 W DC power rail. The AC (mains) should be world-compatible (both low- and high- ...
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What is an architecture?

I've read many times the terms: cpu architecture hardware architecture software architecture computer architecture And so I thought an architecture describes the structure (layout,interface, ...
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Constructing a logic circuit with a control line

I have a question about logic gates. I am wondering how to construct a logic circuit that makes its outputs c and d equal to its inputs a and b when a control is set to 0. If the control is set to 1, ...

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