Home » Quantum Data Adds DisplayPort v1.1 Support to 882E Video Generator
Quantum Data today announced support for the VESA DisplayPort interface on their model 882E instrument. This new feature will allow manufacturers of displays and flat panels to bring fully HDCP compliant DisplayPort products to market faster and without interoperability problems.
The DisplayPort transmitter (Source) interface is an optional feature of the model 882E test instrument that can deliver blazing fast video at pixel rates up to 268MHz. Future updates are planned that will deliver even higher rates. One (1), 2, and 4-lane configurations are supported at per-lane rates of 1.62Gb/s and 2.7Gb/s. The number of lanes and the lane rate are under user control. Bit depths of 6, 8 and 10-bits per component are supported along with both RGB and YCbCr color spaces. The YCbCr space supports both 4:4:4 and 4:2:2 color sampling.
Quantum Data has leveraged its industry expertise in HDCP content protection in order to provide both basic HDCP production and optional HDCP compliance tests for the DisplayPort interface.
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