How many types of buses are, Electrical Engineering

There are three types of buses.

Address bus: This is used to carry the Address to the memory to get either Instruction or Data.

Data bus : This is used to take the Data from the memory.

Control bus : This is used to take the Control signals like RD/WR, Select etc.          

 

 

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