SPI

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Overview

The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is a synchronous serial communication protocol used to transfer data between a microcontroller (or master device) and one or more peripheral devices (or slaves). SPI is widely used for communication with sensors, memory devices, and other microcontrollers due to its simplicity and high-speed data transfer capabilities.

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Features

  • Synchronous Communication: Uses a clock signal (SCLK) to synchronise data transmission.
  • Full-Duplex Communication: Supports simultaneous transmission and reception of data.
  • High-Speed Data Transfer: Capable of achieving high data transfer rates, suitable for real-time applications.
  • Simple Hardware Interface: Typically uses four signals: SCLK, MOSI, MISO, and SS.
  • Multiple Slaves: Supports multiple slave devices with individual Slave Select (SS) lines.
  • Configurable Clock Polarity and Phase: Allows configuration of clock polarity (CPOL) and clock phase (CPHA) to accommodate different SPI modes.
  • Interrupt Support: Generates interrupts for various events, such as data ready, transmission complete, and error detection, enabling efficient handling by the processor.
  • Low Power Consumption: Designed to operate efficiently with low power consumption, making it suitable for battery-powered and low-power applications.

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