Automotive Audio Bus (A2B) from Analog Devices, enables the next generation of infotainment systems in the fast-changing automotive industry. A2B helps enables multiple applications such as voice recognition and active noise cancellation.
The CAN (Controller Area Network) bus was invented by Bosch in 1983. Due to the robustness of the CAN, the CAN technology has conquered other industries where high reliabiltiy is a must.
I²C (Inter-Integrated Circuit) was developed in 1982 and is a serial synchronous two-wire bus. It is still the industry standard for monitoring, diagnostic and control solutions in many embedded applications.
I3C (Improved Inter Integrated Circuit) is the next generation interface for embedded solutions, sensor networks and IOT currently using I2C and SPI.
Motorola invented the SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) serial Bus to be able that microcontroller could be connected with peripheral devices or even that microcontroller could be connected to each other.
Universal Serial Bus (USB) is an industry standard that establishes specifications for cables and connectors and protocols for connection, communication and power supply between computers, peripheral devices and other computers
Der Branchenführer Intel definiert den neuen eSPI-Standard als Verbesserung von Datentransaktionen mit verringertem Stromverbrauch und spezifischen Kosten.
Management Data Input/Output, or MDIO, is a 2-wire serial bus that is used to manage PHYs or physical layer devices in media access controllers (MACs) in Gigabit Ethernet equipment.