A bus transmitter is a signal transmission device that sends information through a series of wires, cables or radio signal. They are commonly used in electronic systems to send data between two or more devices. Bus transmitters are used in a variety of applications, ranging from communication networks to industrial process control systems. The transmitting device is typically connected to the receiving device through a physical connection, such as a bus or a wireless signal. The data sent is carried in a digital format, where each byte of data is represented by a single electrical signal. In addition to sending the data, the transmitter may include additional hardware for managing the digital data, such as an encoder, decoder, scrambler or digital multiplexer.