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Quantum Data has released an HDCP compliance test solution as an option for its 880 test instruments.
Quantum Data worked closely with Digital Content Protection while developing the HDCP test system, the world’s first commercially available HDCP compliance test system. The test system was designed to reduce the interoperability problems encountered in the field, especially when repeaters are inserted into an HDMI path. Previously, designers didn’t have a good way to verify compliance to the complex HDCP specification.
Operation is simple. The HDCP compliance tests are initiated through the 882 front panel interface with the press of a few buttons. Once initiated, the tests run continuously until completion without requiring user interaction. When a test series has been completed, the system issues a report that provides detailed pass/fail results for each individual test. In the case of failure, the system provides invaluable troubleshooting information by giving a visual snapshot of the bus traffic on the I2C Auxiliary Control Channel. Reports can be viewed online, transferred over a network or printed.
The HDCP compliance test is offered as an option for the 882-series instruments. It is currently available on new products and as an upgrade for existing 882 units in the field.
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