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I/O Interfaces

An IoT device contains many interfaces to communicate within and with other peripherals, this is done to increase processing and decrease the workload on a single processor, additionally, users interface IoT devices with other devices to increase work power and efficiency, this section contains the detailed description on those hardware and software interfaces, working on IoT you must be having knowledge of each and every interface that we use.
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
This blog will introduce Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), a synchronous serial communication interface specification used for short-distance communication.
Inter-Integrated Circuit(I2C) Interface
This blog is related to the I2C interface and learning the working of this interface.
UART interface in IoT EASY
In this blog, we'll study Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART), a hardware device developed for transmitting and receiving data asynchronously.
CAN interface EASY
In this article, we will discuss what the CAN interface is, its importance in IoT, the physical layers of CAN, high speed CAN, and low speed CAN, and in the end, we will conclude the blog with the advantages and disadvantages of CAN.
In this article, we will learn about XMPP and its architecture, benefits, and why it is used in IoT.
Why Baud Rate is Important
This blog will introduce the Baud Rate, its importance, and the differences between Bit rate and Baud rates and their cases of similar behavior.
Author coldz
In this blog, we will learn about SPI and I2C protocols, the differences between them, and which one should be used.
Author Harsh
Difference Between UART and SPI EASY
Explore the difference between UART and SPI with working, advantages, and disadvantages. Discover UART vs SPI with working protocols.
This blog briefly explains the critical differences between UART and USART.