Spi - Serial Peripheral Interface

Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)

The MOSI and MISO signals are usually stable at their reception points for the half cycle until the next clock transition.

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Other applications that can potentially interoperate with SPI that require a daisy chain configuration include , , and.

Description: Figure 4 shows the timing diagram for SPI Mode 3.

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Its main focus is the transmission of sensor data between different devices.
Slave Select has the same functionality as and is used instead of an addressing concept.

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