Raspberry Pi Interfaces

 Raspberry Pi Interfaces

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• The serial interface on Raspberry Pi has received (Rx) and transmit (Tx) pins for communication with serial peripherals.



  • Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is a synchronous serial data protocol used for communicating with one or more peripheral devices.
  • In the SPI connection, there is one master device and One and more peripheral devices.
  • There are 5 pins on Raspberry Pi for SPI interface:-

 MISO (Master in and slave out):-  master line for sending data to the peripherals.

 MOSI (Master out slave in):-  slave line for sending data to the master.

 SCK (Serial clock):-  clock generated by Master to synchronize data transmission.

 CE0 (Chip enable 0):-  to enable or disable the device.

 CE0 (Chip enable 1):-  to enable or disable the device.



  • The I2C interface pins on Raspberry Pi allow you to connect hardware modules.
  • I2C interface allows synchronous data transfer with just two pins-SDA (data line) and SCL (clock line).


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