I2C bus

The Inter-IC bus, commonly known as the I²C ("eye-squared-see") bus, is a control bus that provides the communications link between integrated circuits in a system. Developed by Philips in the early 1980s, this simple two-wire bus with a software-defined protocol has evolved to become the de facto worldwide standard for system control, finding its way into everything from temperature sensors and voltage level translators to EEPROMs, general-purpose I/O, A/D and D/A converters, CODECs, and microprocessors of all kinds.

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  1. Nice Introduction.. At this juncture, with the increasing popularity of IP integration, the AMBA architecture is becoming more powerful. Can you throw some light in this regard (Other than what we get to know from the usual white papers and other PDFs)?

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  2. Sure, i will be glad to do that.

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