Bus transceivers are transceivers that are used to allow data to be sent and received over a bus. They are typically used in devices such as personal computers, but can also be used on other types of devices such as embedded systems, PLCs, etc. Bus transceivers are responsible for converting the digital signals from the bus into analog signals that are then transmitted over a cable or wire. The transceivers also convert the analog signals back into digital signals that can then be used by the processor or other device. Bus transceivers are also responsible for providing synchronization, control signals, and power to the bus.