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DisplayPort Design & Test

DisplayPort technology has penetrated embedded and consumer electronics applications, offering better color depths, higher refresh and data transfer rates, and support for High-Definition (HD) audio formats. The DisplayPort digital display interface for computers, monitors and home-theater systems not only improves video performance and brings a more immersive experience to consumers and organizations across industries, but also helps lower implementation costs and provides backward compatibility with DVI, VGA and HDMI, enabling users to leverage existing equipment.

Keysight Technologies is an active member of VESA, the Video Electronic Standards Association, which defines DisplayPort specifications and compliance tests. DisplayPort products are tested according to a Compliance Test Specification (CTS) and are certified at specific third party Test Houses such as Allion, Granite River Labs and China Electronics Standards Institute (CESI). Due to our regular participation in VESA’s DisplayPort technology and specification workshops and meetings, we are able to offer you a complete solution set and resources you can trust,including an overview of DisplayPort design, information on the latest measurement techniques, and illustrations of design and debug approaches.

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Original broadcast September 10, 2014

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HDMI Physical Layer Compliance Testing - 2.0 and Beyond Webcast 
Original broadcast September 23, 2014

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MIPI M-PHY, D-PHY and C-PHY Receiver Testing – Today and Tomorrow 
Original broadcast October 21, 2014

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