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Iulia Moldovan [IIO Overview] Grammar changes
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 ===== IIO Overview ===== ===== IIO Overview =====
  
-  * The Industrial I/O subsystem is intended to provide support for devices that in some sense are analog to digital or digital to analog ​convertors ​(ADCs, DACs).+  * The Industrial I/O subsystem is intended to provide support for devices that in some sense are analog to digital or digital to analog ​converters ​(ADCs, DACs).
   * Devices that fall into this category are:   * Devices that fall into this category are:
     * ADCs     * ADCs
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   * The overall aim is to fill the gap between the somewhat similar hwmon and input subsystems.   * The overall aim is to fill the gap between the somewhat similar hwmon and input subsystems.
   * Hwmon is very much directed at low sample rate sensors used in applications such as fan speed control and temperature measurement.   * Hwmon is very much directed at low sample rate sensors used in applications such as fan speed control and temperature measurement.
-  * Input isas it'​s ​name suggests focused on human interaction input devices.:+  * The input is⁠ (as its name suggestsfocused on human interaction input devices:
     * Keyboard     * Keyboard
     * Mouse     * Mouse
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     * Joystick     * Joystick
  
-  * In some cases there is considerable overlap between these and IIO.+  * In some casesthere is considerable overlap between these and IIO.
  
   * A typical device falling into the IIO category would be connected via SPI or I2C.   * A typical device falling into the IIO category would be connected via SPI or I2C.
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