ADIS16445 - Type of electrical interface

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What type of electrical interface does it have?


The device runs off of a single +3.3V supply voltage and the primary
communication interface is a serial peripheral interface (SPI) that most
embedded processors support with dedicated I/O pins. Auxiliary I/O pins provide
a data-ready signal for synchronizing data collection with data sampling and an
optional clock input for synchronizing sampling with system-level clocks.