Similarily, all peripherals communicates in memory with the CPU. Each has it's dedicated memory address starting from0x3F000000, but it's not in real RAM (called Memory Mapped IO). Now there's no mailbox for peripherals, instead eachdevice has it's own protocol. What's common for these devices that their memory must be read and written in 32 bitunits at 4 bytes aligned addresses (so called words), and each has control/status and data words. UnfortunatelyBroadcom (the manufacturer of the SoC chip) is legendary bad at documenting their products. The best we've got is theBCM2835 documentation, which is close enough.
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