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Basics of the SPI Communication Protocol

Basics of the SPI Communication Protocol

circuitbasics.com talks about the SPI serial communications protocol:

One unique benefit of SPI is the fact that data can be transferred without interruption. Any number of bits can be sent or received in a continuous stream. With I2C and UART, data is sent in packets, limited to a specific number of bits. Start and stop conditions define the beginning and end of each packet, so the data is interrupted during transmission.

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