The architecture of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) operates the capacity to function from “Instruction Set Architecture” to where it was designed. The architectural design of the CPU is Reduced instruction set computing (RISC) and Complex instruction set computing (CISC). CISC has the capacity to perform multi-step operations or addressing modes within one instruction set. It is the CPU design where one instruction works several low-level acts. For instance, memory storage, loading from … [Read more...]
Difference Between Von Neumann and Harvard Architecture?
In present days, the audio & video is totally digitized. When the audio signal is out of any audio source or microphone, then the analog will be sampled, coded, modulated, compressed & processed into the digital form like zero’s and one’s, so it is named DSP (Digital Signal Processing). The remaking of digital signal into the audio signal is done by digital signal processing. The architecture of traditional X86 is called “Von Neumann”, and it is not suitable for handling several … [Read more...]