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Thread: Do communication protocols exist as a hierarchy, or are they all considered separate from each other?

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    Default Do communication protocols exist as a hierarchy, or are they all considered separate from each other?

    This may be an odd question, but I'm trying to familiarize myself with as many communication protocols as I can and I'm trying to make it easier for myself.
    As an example of what I mean by my question: could I2S be considered a subset of SPI protocol? Both share a clock line and data line between a master and slave device, and whereas SPI is defined for general synchronous communication, I2S is specifically designed for audio.10.0.0.0.1 192.168.1.254 hotmail.com






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    Default Re: Do communication protocols exist as a hierarchy, or are they all considered separate from each other?

    This forum is about drivers and communication protocols in the Software Platform zenon.

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