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What does the key word tm describe in SSI?
‘tm’ represents the transfer timeout (monoflop time). It is the minimum time required by the slave to realise that the data transmission is complete. After tm, the data line goes to idle and the slave starts updating its data in the shift register.
What does the key word tp describe in SSI?
‘tp’ represents the pause time. It is the time delay between two consecutive clock sequences from the master.
What does the key word tw describe in SSI?
‘tw’ represents the repetition time. It is the minimum time elapsed between retransmissions of the same data and is always less than tm.
What does the key word T describe in SSI?
‘T’ represents the width of each clock cycle. It is the time taken between two falling or two rising edges in a continuous clock sequence.
What does MSB Stand for in SSI?
MSB: Most significant bit
What does LSB stand for in SSI?
LSB: Least significant bit
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