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Addressing on I2C

Started by ZOT March 19, 2021
Are they some 'reserved' 'well known' addresses on i2c?
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On 19/03/2021 09:33, ZOT wrote:
> Are they some 'reserved' 'well known' addresses on i2c?
No. You only have 7 bits for the address - that is too small a range to be able to reserve addresses for particular purposes.
On 2021-03-19 ZOT wrote in comp.arch.embedded:
> Are they some 'reserved' 'well known' addresses on i2c?
A little search shuld get you started. ;-) https://www.csd.uoc.gr/~hy428/reading/i2c_spec.pdf https://i2c.info/i2c-bus-specification https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I%C2%B2C -- Stef (remove caps, dashes and .invalid from e-mail address to reply by mail) If you didn't have to work so hard, you'd have more time to be depressed.
On 2021-03-19 David Brown wrote in comp.arch.embedded:
> On 19/03/2021 09:33, ZOT wrote: >> Are they some 'reserved' 'well known' addresses on i2c? > > No. You only have 7 bits for the address - that is too small a range to > be able to reserve addresses for particular purposes.
And even in that small range, there are reserved and allocated addresses, see other post. -- Stef (remove caps, dashes and .invalid from e-mail address to reply by mail) knowledge, n.: Things you believe.
On 19/03/2021 10:37, Stef wrote:
> On 2021-03-19 David Brown wrote in comp.arch.embedded: >> On 19/03/2021 09:33, ZOT wrote: >>> Are they some 'reserved' 'well known' addresses on i2c? >> >> No. You only have 7 bits for the address - that is too small a range to >> be able to reserve addresses for particular purposes. > > And even in that small range, there are reserved and allocated addresses, > see other post. >
I stand corrected. Thank you.