Re: i2c galvanic isolation
Date: Thu, 25 Dec 2003 21:41:41 +0100
The Philips 82B96 does isolation for i2c with a little help. What you
describe is more like Ethernet or other "networks".
You can directly add chips to the bus and that is the benefit of i2c.
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