UART Protocol

UART Embedded systems, microcontrollers, and computers mostly use UART as a form of device-to-device hardware communication protocol. Among the available communication protocols, UART uses only two wires for its transmitting and receiving ends. UART, or universal asynchronous receiver-transmitter, is one of the most used device-to-device communication protocols. UART is a hardware communication protocol that uses

SPI Protocol in detail

SPI Protocol(Serial Peripheral Interface) is an interface bus commonly used for communication with flash memory, sensors, real-time clocks (RTCs), analog-to-digital converters, and more.  The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI Protocol) bus was developed by Motorola to provide full-duplex synchronous serial communication between master and slave devices. SPI connection involves a master connected to slaves using the