I'm reading a datasheets for a component with I2C interfaces.
I can recall the same for datasheets of other components in the past.
In these datasheets they include a full description of the I2C protocol, start bits, address, R/W bit, data bits, ACK and so on.
Why doesn't the datasheet simply states that it is I2C and then document the higher levels specific to the device?
This could reduce the document from 4 pages to 4 paragraphs.
I'm not too familiar with I2C so I can't tell if what is documented follows I2C or deviates from the spec.
Assuming the documentation states that the device is I2C compliant, is it safe to assume that although they go into full detail that what they document is I2C?