The Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI) protocol, which implements a point-to-point communication channel for digital data and signal interface with optical encoders, is used for transmission of absolute position information as differential data in serial format. Since the SSI protocol is intended only for point-to-point communication, the receiver electronics must have an Ethernet interface...
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