TWI

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TWI (Two wire serial interfaces) is a serial bus that works with only two wires. It is a more general version of I2C, which was created by NXP as a space-efficient way to connect many different peripherals where speed was not as much a concern as board space.

Most SoCs and Microcontrollers offer a way to interface with TWI.

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