Explain the various interface circuits, Computer Engineering

Explain the various interface circuits.

 An I/O interface having of circuitry required to connect an I/O device to computer bus. One side having of a data path with its associated controls to transfer data among the interface and I/O device. This is called port. It is classified into:

1) Parallel port

2) Serial port.

 

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