Peripheral Devices

A Peripheral Device is defined as the device which provides input/output functions for a computer and serves as an auxiliary computer device without computing-intensive functionality. Generally peripheral devices, however, are not essential for the computer to perform its basic tasks, they can be thought of as an enhancement to the user’s experience. A…

Micro-operations

Micro-Operations: The operations performed on the data stored inside the registers are called micro-operations. There are four categories of the most common micro operations: Register transfer: transfer binary information from one register to another. Arithmetic: perform arithmetic operations on numeric data stored in registers. Logic: perform bit manipulation operations on non-numeric…