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libiio is used to interface to the Industrial Input/Output (IIO) Subsystem

{libiio is used to interface to the Industrial Input/Output (IIO) Subsystem.} The IIO subsystem is intended to provide support for devices that in some sense are analog to digital or digital to analog converters (ADCs, DACs). This includes, but is not limited to ADCs, Accelerometers, Gyros, IMUs, Capacitance to Digital Converters (CDCs), Pressure Sensors, Color, Light and Proximity Sensors, Temperature Sensors, Magnetometers, DACs, DDS (Direct Digital Synthesis), PLLs (Phase Locked Loops), Variable/Programmable Gain Amplifiers (VGA, PGA), and RF transceivers. You can use libiio natively on an embedded Linux target (local mode), or use libiio to communicate remotely to that same target from a host Linux, Windows, or MAC over USB or Ethernet or Serial. Provides the release, which is typically updated every few months to yearly.

To install libiio, paste this in macOS terminal after installing MacPorts

sudo port install libiio

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