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When changing the input level of the NSLP pin from "L" to "H" (Sleep mode -> Normal mode), what is output to the BUS and RXD pins?
This is the standby state during the Normal mode after releasing the Sleep mode. During this state, CLK (in slave node), the RXD pin, and the BUS pin enter the high-impedance state. After "TMODE_CHG” time elapses, this state changes to the Normal mode. For details, refer to the "Standby Mode" sections in the datasheet from the following link.