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LPBB(4) 						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						   LPBB(4)

lpbb -- parallel port I2C bit-banging interface SYNOPSIS
device iicbus device iicbb device lpbb device iic DESCRIPTION
The lpbb driver supports the Philips official I2C parallel bit-banging interface. LS05 pin 14 (Vcc) o ------- | | | +--+--+---------------------+--+--+------------+------+-o 1 | | | | | | | ===.1uF | +5V | -------- [R][R][R] 3x10K 3x10K [R][R][R] LS05 | | | | | | | | | | | pin 7 o-+------+-o 2 | | 12 o-+--+ | | 3| 4 | | | (Gnd) | GND | | 17 o-+-----|--|----| >o-------------+--|--|--------------+ | | | | | | |/ 8 /|9 | | 10 /|11 +----+-o 3 | | 15 o-+-----+--|--------------o< |------+--|------o< |----+ | SCL | | | | 1| 2 | | | | | | 9 o-+--------|----| >o-------------------+--------------+----+-o 4 | | | | |/ 6 /|5 | | SDA | | 11 o-+--------+----------------------------------o< |----+ ------- | 10 o-+-+ | 4-pin | 13 o-+-+--oGND Connector | 25 o-+-+ ------------------ Part List -------------------------- -------- | 1 - .1 uF capacitor | 6 - 10K 5% resistors | 25-pin male D | 1 - 4-pin connector | 1 - 25-pin male D connector | connector to PC | 1 - 74LS05 open collector hex inverter | printer port ------------------------------------------------------- SEE ALSO
iicbb(4), iicbus(4), ppbus(4) HISTORY
The lpbb manual page first appeared in FreeBSD 3.0. AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Nicolas Souchu. BSD
October 25, 1998 BSD

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IICBUS(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						 IICBUS(4)

iicbus -- I2C bus system SYNOPSIS
device iicbus device iicbb device iic device ic device iicsmb DESCRIPTION
The iicbus system provides a uniform, modular and architecture-independent system for the implementation of drivers to control various I2C devices and to utilize different I2C controllers. I2C I2C is an acronym for Inter Integrated Circuit bus. The I2C bus was developed in the early 1980's by Philips semiconductors. Its purpose was to provide an easy way to connect a CPU to peripheral chips in a TV-set. The BUS physically consists of 2 active wires and a ground connection. The active wires, SDA and SCL, are both bidirectional. Where SDA is the Serial DAta line and SCL is the Serial CLock line. Every component hooked up to the bus has its own unique address whether it is a CPU, LCD driver, memory, or complex function chip. Each of these chips can act as a receiver and/or transmitter depending on its functionality. Obviously an LCD driver is only a receiver, while a memory or I/O chip can both be transmitter and receiver. Furthermore there may be one or more BUS MASTERs. The BUS MASTER is the chip issuing the commands on the BUS. In the I2C protocol specification it is stated that the IC that initiates a data transfer on the bus is considered the BUS MASTER. At that time all the others are regarded to as the BUS SLAVEs. As mentioned before, the IC bus is a Multi-MASTER BUS. This means that more than one IC capable of initiating data transfer can be connected to it. DEVICES
Some I2C device drivers are available: Devices Description iic general i/o operation ic network IP interface iicsmb I2C to SMB software bridge INTERFACES
The I2C protocol may be implemented by hardware or software. Software interfaces rely on very simple hardware, usually two lines twiddled by 2 registers. Hardware interfaces are more intelligent and receive 8-bit characters they write to the bus according to the I2C protocol. I2C interfaces may act on the bus as slave devices, allowing spontaneous bidirectional communications, thanks to the multi-master capabili- ties of the I2C protocol. Some I2C interfaces are available: Interface Description pcf Philips PCF8584 master/slave interface iicbb generic bit-banging master-only driver lpbb parallel port specific bit-banging interface bktr Brooktree848 video chipset, hardware and software master-only interface SEE ALSO
iicbb(4), lpbb(4), pcf(4) HISTORY
The iicbus manual page first appeared in FreeBSD 3.0. AUTHORS
This manual page was written by Nicolas Souchu. BSD
August 6, 1998 BSD
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