I2C

Integrates MAC IP to a broad range of PHY and SerDes IP

Overview

The Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C) processor is a component designed to facilitate communication between various integrated circuits in a system. I2C is a multi-master, multi-slave, packet-switched, single-ended, serial communication bus widely used for attaching lower-speed peripheral ICs to processors and microcontrollers. It is known for its simplicity and flexibility, making it ideal for various applications, including embedded systems, sensors, and peripherals.

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Features

  • Multi-Master Capability: Supports multiple master devices on the bus.
  • Simple Wiring: Uses only two lines for communication.
  • Addressable Devices: Each device has a unique address.
  • Flexible Data Rates: Supports various communication speeds.
  • Synchronous Communication: Ensures reliable data transfer with a clock signal.
  • Low Power Consumption: Suitable for low-power applications.
  • Error Detection: Includes mechanisms for identifying and handling errors.

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