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I2C and SPI are communications protocols used within devices to connect "slave" chips to "master" chips.
 
I2C and SPI are communications protocols used within devices to connect "slave" chips to "master" chips.

Revision as of 12:52, 13 March 2017

Note: This guide is adapted from sparkfun where they provide a better and more comprehensive guide than what is here. However, our guide is much shorter and focuses more on the details relevant to our projects.

I2C and SPI are communications protocols used within devices to connect "slave" chips to "master" chips.