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Latest Buzz in Verification IP

    We recently released the Q2 VIP newsletter containing trending topics, leading solutions, in depth technical articles, videos, webinars and product announcements from VIP and protocol experts. In case you missed the latest buzz on Verification IP, you can read it here.                         […]

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HDMI 2.1: Channeling the GenX Audio Video Experience

HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface), an audio video interface, has been around for quite some time connecting our TVs, computers, video game consoles, Blu-ray players, cable boxes, etc., to deliver top-quality audio video experience. The arrival of HDMI 2.1 was announced with the promise to deliver faster frame rates, better resolution, greater bandwidth, and a […]

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Celebrating the Holiday Season with VIPs

The Holiday Season is upon us. As you stand in lines, wait for packages to arrive, keep in mind that Synopsys continues to provide you the highest level of service: support, available protocols and deployment of new titles that you, our current and future VIP customer, deserve. It has been a wonderful year — many […]

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HDCP 2.2: Locality Check, SKE and Authentication with Repeaters

In The HDCP 2.2 Authentication Process – an Introduction, we discussed why we need HDCP, and the basic steps of the HDCP Authentication Process. We noted that an advanced version of RSA is the underlying cryptography standard used during the Authentication and Key Exchange (AKE). AKE is the first step in the authentication protocol. Here we will continue exploring the […]

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HDCP 2.2: Authentication and Key Exchange (AKE)

In The HDCP 2.2 Authentication Process – an Introduction, we discussed why we need HDCP, and the basic steps of the HDCP Authentication Process. We noted that an advanced version of RSA is the underlying cryptography standard used during the Authentication and key exchange. In HDCP 2.2 Authentication: RSA Cryptography, we discussed the basics of RSA Cryptography. […]

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HDCP 2.2 Authentication: RSA Cryptography

In the blog post, The HDCP 2.2 Authentication Process – an Introduction, we discussed why we need HDCP, and the basic steps of the HDCP Authentication Process. We noted that an advanced version of RSA is the underlying cryptography standard used during the Authentication and key exchange. Here, we will discuss the basics of RSA cryptography. You can learn […]

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The HDCP 2.2 Authentication Process – an Introduction

When digital content is transmitted, it is susceptible to unauthorized copying and interceptions. Hence protecting content has become an important factor in the transmission of audiovisual content. In 2003, Intel developed an encryption technique called the High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) protocol to protect audio and video data between a transmitter (transmitting the audio visual […]

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