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    Phoronix: MIPI I3C Sensor Interface Specification Released

    The MIPI Alliance this week announced the release of the I3C Sensor Interface specification, the Improved Inter-Integrated Circuit, and successor to the long-standing I2C...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...nsor-Interface

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    Oh man, so previously you had USI-like interface (shift-buffer with optional clocking, framing and interrupts) and needed to initialize it choosing from 4 protocols (I2C, SPI, UART, USART), now you'd need to chose from 5. What an improvement, saves my day.

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      Oh come on! The name is like a bad pun.

      Inter-Integrated-Circuit, IIC, IxIxC, I^2xC.
      I3C = IxIxIxC? = Inter-Inter-Integrated-Circuit?

      Given the name, this should be a BUS OF BUSSES, not just the name of a new bus.

      @ruff: The docs say that an I3C master is backwards compatible with I2C slaves. Further, it looks like you can MIX them. Have a look at page 10: http://www.slideshare.net/MIPI-Allia...implementation

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