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The pioneer IP bus uses a 2 wire differential signal for communication.
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I have also designed a small circuit using a AT90S2313 controller which can be used for logging the transfer through the pc serial port and also
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Recommend link: Vitaliy's Page @ http://www.vitat.spb.ru/ with IP bus interface on AVR basis and more IP bus informations
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