Personal Computer Architecture - Thesis

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Personal Computer Architecture - Thesis

Introduction

Functional and structural organization
PC main blocks and their meaning
PC structure
Clock Generator
System bus
Main Memory (OP)
External memory
Power supply
Timer
External devices (WU)
PC functional devices
Microprocessors
Microprocessor structure
Sequence of the PC blocks
PC storage devices
Main external devices PC
Keyboard
Computer video system
Modem
Manipulators
Printers
Scanners
Bibliographic list

Additional information

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Introduction
A computer (computer) is a programmable electronic device capable of processing data and performing calculations, as well as performing other symbol manipulation tasks.

Computers built on these principles have a classical architecture (von Neumann architecture). The PC architecture defines the operating principle, information links and the interconnection of the main logical nodes of a computer

Clock Generator
It generates a sequence of electrical pulses; the frequency of the generated pulses determines the clock frequency of the machine. The time interval between adjacent pulses determines the time of one cycle of the machine or simply the cycle of the machine.

Main Memory (OP)
It is intended for storage and efficient exchange of information with other blocks of the machine. OP contains two types of storage devices: read-only memory (ROM) and random access memory (RAM).

Microprocessors
The microprocessor, otherwise, the central processor. The central processor (CPU, from the English Central Processing Unit) is the main working component of a computer that performs the arithmetic and logical operations specified by the program, manages the computational process, and coordinates the work of all computer devices. The central processor generally contains

Keyboard
The keyboard is used to enter information into the computer and supply control signals. It contains a standard set of alphanumeric keys and some additional keys - control and function keys, cursor control keys, and a small numeric keypad. The cursor is a lighted symbol on the monitor screen, indicating the position at which the next character typed will be displayed. All characters typed on the keyboard are immediately displayed on the monitor at the cursor position.

Within a number of groups, there are several types of printers. For example, matrix sign-based synthesizing printers widely used in PCs can be: impact, thermographic, electrographic, electrostatic, magnetic, etc. shock-type printers.

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