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Quantum Data 980B video generator / protocol analyzer
Quantum Data 780E video generator en video analyser
DisplayPort was introduced in 2006 as a counterpart to HDMI and specifically intended for high resolution displays. At the time, the speed was significantly higher (1.67Gbps / lane) than the HDMI standard. With the DisplayPort 1.2a standard we are now at 5.4Gbps/lane.
TTMS has several DisplayPort video generators / analyzers available in its range including combined devices (think of DisplayPort and HDMI) that can be used in both an R&D environment and in production testing.
Model 980B has next to the possibility of video generator / analyzer also optionally the possibility of a protocol analyzer. And of course HDCP2.2 testing.
Model 780E combines DisplayPort 1.2a with HDMI 2.0 and HDBaseT. Including HDCP 2.2. Optionally an Auxilary Channel Analyzer is available.
Compliance tests are also available in the older 882E DisplayPort version.
All models are supported with software to create your own display formats.
There is also software available for reading and modifying EDIDs.
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