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This Vivek Sharma and in this post, I am going to explain Buses in Microprocessor. So, without getting late, Let’s get started…

What are Buses in Microprocessor?

Buses are a group of lines used for internally connected various building blocks within a computing system. These lines transmit electrical signals over them and provide a common means of communication between these blocks, Each line is capable of transporting one electrical pulse, representing a binary bit.

Buses may be unidirectional, The information can flow in one direction only or bidirectional bits can progress in either direction.

I hope now you have understood, What are Buses in Microprocessor? If you still have a Doubt, Let me know in the comment section.

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