Our serial I/O functions are also capable of supporting serial peripheral interfaces, a critical requirement for today's applications in connecting peripherals.
What does SPI stand for?
SPI stands for Serial Peripheral Interface
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Security Policy Initiative
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- Segment Play Items
- Self-Paced Instruction
- Semi-Autogenous Grining Power Index
- Senior Photographers International (Venice, FL)
- Sensitive Personal Information (privacy)
- Sensor Point of Interest (US Air Force)
- Sensor Products Inc (East Hanover, New Jersey)
- Sequential Port Injection
- Service and Product Innovation (North Carolina State University)
- Service Performance Indicator
- Service Provider Interface
- Servizi per l'Impiego (Italian: Employment Services)
- Sexual Preference Insult
- Share Price Index (weighted index of Australian share prices)
- Shared Programming Interface (SunCom)
- Shell Process Infrastructure
- Shinko Principal Investment (Japan)
- Ship/Port Interface
Samples in periodicals archive:
An integrated serial communications interface (SCI), serial peripheral interface (SPI) module and inter-integrated circuit (IIC) bus modules increase design flexibility by providing more options for connecting external components.
0 low and full speed, host and slave ports, universal asynchronous receiver transmitter (UART), serial peripheral interface (SPI) and parallel first in first out (FIFO) interfaces.
Enhanced SPI: The communication speed on the serial peripheral interface can be configured up to 20 Mbps and transactions are adjustable from 1 to 32 bits.
System I/O is achieved through six full-duplex serial ports, four timers, a 16-bit parallel port, a serial peripheral interface (SPI), 22 zero-overhead Direct Memory Access (DMA) channels delivering fast data transfers without processor intervention, and an innovative Digital Applications Interface (DAI) offering complete software control through its Signal Routing Unit (SRU).
And, with the new Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) product line, Spansion offers embedded system designers a new way to achieve smaller footprint, lower power consumption, greater reliability, and overall cost savings.
Communication between the CY7C63743-PXC microcontroller and the Agilent ADNS-6000 sensor is accomplished through the integrated serial peripheral interface.
System peripherals include pulse width modulators, general purpose input-output devices and serial peripheral interfaces.