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WĂśRTH ELEKTRONIK PRESENTS ITS BLUETOOTH MODULE PROTEUS-III-SPI

WĂśRTH ELEKTRONIK PRESENTS ITS BLUETOOTH MODULE PROTEUS-III-SPI

WĂĽrth Elektronik introduces the Proteus-III-SPI Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 module. This variant of the tried and tested Proteus-III uses an SPI instead of a UART interface. The new module, based on the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 chipset, exploits the possibilities of the Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 standard—with significantly higher performance. With a payload of up to 964 bytes, …

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How to Implement SPI Using PIC18F4550 Schematic

How to Implement SPI Using PIC18F4550

The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is a high speed, synchronous, serial communication standard. This communication protocol is basically a Master – Slave implementation where the master device controls the clock based on which the slave devices operate. The master communicates with a slave or a number of slaves in a system through the SPI bus. …

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Basics of the SPI Communication Protocol

Basics of the SPI Communication Protocol

When you connect a microcontroller to a sensor, display, or other module, do you ever think about how the two devices talk to each other? What exactly are they saying? How are they able to understand each other? Communication between electronics is like communication between humans. Both sides need to speak the same language. In electronics, these languages are called communication …

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