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  • SPI bus communication with digital HME and HCE pressure sensors
    on the adjusted internal resolution. For 12 bit it is typ. 0.5 ms. The HME and HCE pressure sensors are configured to comply with the SPI bus protocol.
  • SPI bus communication with LDE/LME pressure sensors
    This Application Note discusses methods and special considerations related to the Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) protocol used to communicate digitally with LDE and LME series pressure sensors.
  • Interfacing 8051 MCUs with SPI Serial EEPROMs
    The 25XXX series serial EEPROMs from Microchip Technology support a half-duplex protocol that functions on a master-slave paradigm that is ideally suited to data stream applications. The bus is controlled by the microcontroller (master), which accesses the 25XXX serial EEPROM (slave) via a simple
  • Using C to Interface 8051 MCUs with SPI Serial EEPROMs
    applications. The bus is * Built-in write protection controlled by the microcontroller (master), which This application note is part of a series that provide accesses the 25XXX serial EEPROM (slave) via a source code to help the user implement the protocol simple Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI
  • Using a Hardware Module to Interface 8051 MCUs with SPI Serial EEPROMs
    AN1197 Using a Hardware Module to Interface 8051 MCUs with SPI Serial EEPROMs The main features of the 25XXX serial EEPROMs are: Author: Alexandru Valeanu * SPI-compatible serial interface bus Microchip Technology Inc. * EEPROM densities from 128 bits to 512 Kbits * Bus speed from 3 MHz to 20 MHz
  • Recommended Usage of Microchip UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    by offering a full line of serial EEPROMs covering industry-standard serial communication protocols for the UNI/O TM bus, two-wire (I2C TM), three-wire (Microwire), and SPI communication. Serial EEPROM devices are available in a variety of densities, operational voltage ranges and packaging options
  • Using the PICmicro SSP for Slave I2C Communication
    Many devices in the PICmicro family have a Synchronous Serial Port (SSP) or Master Synchronous Serial Port (MSSP). These peripherals can be used to implement the SPI TM or I 2 C communication protocols. The purpose of this application note is to provide the reader with a better understanding
  • Using a Hardware Module to Interface
    The 25XXX series serial EEPROMs from Microchip. Technology support a half-duplex protocol that. functions on a master-slave paradigm that is ideally. suited to data stream applications. The bus is. controlled by the microcontroller (master), which. accesses the 25XXX serial EEPROM (slave) via

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  • The design and implementation of the IEEE 802.11 MAC based on soft-core processor and RTOS
    MAC controller re- alizes the following function: (1) Medium access control, (2) Controlling the RF and BBP through SPI protocol , (3) Interface to PC through PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory … … PCI (Peripheral Con- nection Interface) or USB (Universal Serial Bus ) interface specification .
  • http://dspace.bracu.ac.bd/bitstream/handle/10361/757/thesis%20GPSGPRS.pdf?sequence=1
    … board connector • Power supply • Audio: 2x analog, 1x digital • 1x serial interface (ITU-T V.24 protocol ) • USB 2.0 … … 1.8V • PC bus and SPI bus • 2x analog … … Multiple GPIOs 2.14 Specification for GPS:- .
  • http://www.nxp.com/documents/data_sheet/CLRC663.pdf
    … 1 HF  Supports MIFARE Classic encryption in read/write mode  Low-Power Card Detection  Compliance to “EMV contactless protocol specification V2.0.1” on … … Supported host interfaces:  SPI up to 10 Mbit/s  I2C- bus interfaces up to 400 …
  • http://www.nxp.com/documents/data_sheet/MFRC631.pdf
    … 14443 B  Supports MIFARE Classic encryption in read/write mode  Low-Power Card Detection  Compliance to “EMV contactless protocol specification V2.0.1” on … … Supported host interfaces:  SPI up to 10 Mbit/s  I2C- bus interfaces up to 400 …
  • Implementing high-speed serial and custom digital protocols thru fpga technology and graphical programming techniques
    … //zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/tut/p/id/3483 [11] Serial Peripheral Interface Bus, Wikipedia Definition and Reference. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_Peripheral_Inter face_ Bus [12] SPI Communication in LV FPGA … … 13] Aurora Link-layer Protocol , Xilinx Whitepaper. http://www … … Revision 1.0, DVI Specification Document. http://www.ddwg …
  • Introduction to Embedded Systems
    The Serial Peripheral Interface ( SPI ) is a synchronous serial bus standard with full- duplex capability introduced by Motorola to support communications between a master host processor and one or multiple slave peripheral devices. SPI is one of the simplest synchronous communications protocols ever developed, as it only establishes a basic mechanism to relay packets between a dedicated master and one or more slaves, without specifying any data, session, or higher-level protocol.
  • http://www.nxp.com/documents/user_manual/UM10398.pdf
    – Two SPI controllers with SSP features and with FIFO and multi- protocol capabilities (second SPI on LQFP48 packages only). – I2C- bus interface supporting full I2C-bus specification and Fast-mode Plus with a data rate of 1 Mbit/s with multiple address recognition and monitor mode.
  • Embedded Linux
    SPI describes the hardware-operating procedure of a synchronous, unidirectional serial bus system. Of Motorola no specification concerning the protocol to use exists.