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communication_protocols [2021/03/23 03:24]
mariano.castillo
communication_protocols [2022/03/23 04:09] (current)
albert-ngabo.niyonsenga added I2C protocol
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   * Bandwidth: 10 megabits/sec   * Bandwidth: 10 megabits/sec
   * [[https://web.archive.org/web/20030914224904/http://cnmat.berkeley.edu/OSC/OSC-spec.html|OSC specifications]]   * [[https://web.archive.org/web/20030914224904/http://cnmat.berkeley.edu/OSC/OSC-spec.html|OSC specifications]]
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 +===== Inter-Integrated Circuit(I2C) =====
 +Inter-Integrated Circuit Protocol is a communication protocol that allows multiple peripheral devices to be controlled by one or more controller devices. It requires two lines a serial data line (SDA) and serial clock line (SCL) which each device connected on the bus requiring a unique address. Messages are split into two frames. The address frame indicates the peripheral where the data is being sent to and 8 bit data frames which contain the data being transmitted.
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 +{{::introduction-to-i2c-message-frame-and-bit-2-1024x258.png?direct&400|}}((https://www.circuitbasics.com/basics-of-the-i2c-communication-protocol/))
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 +  * Connectors: 2 wires (SDA,SCL)
 +  * Transfer Speeds: 100kbits/s(Standard Mode), 400kb/s(Fast mode),1Mb/s(Fast-mode plus),3.4Mb/s(High-speed mode)
 +  * Max Number of peripheral Devices: 1008
 +  * [[https://web.archive.org/web/20210426060837/https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/user-guide/UM10204.pdf|I2C protocol rev.6]]