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10K Resolution at 120Hz Display: A Reality Today with DSC 1.2 in HDMI 2.1

With the arrival of HDMI 2.1 comes an array of remarkable features including the capability to support up to 10K resolutions at 120Hz. Such high resolutions are supported for a wider range of display applications such as externally connected displays (i.e. PC monitors and televisions), embedded display interfaces within mobile systems, and automotive infotainment systems. […]

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Saving Power in Displays for Mobile and Consumer Electronics Applications

Higher performance at lower power is the most critical requirement of SoC designs, specifically those targeted towards mobile and consumer electronics applications. VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association), the technical standards organization for computer display standards, came up with a new power saving feature called PSR (Panel Self Refresh) in eDP 1.3. It is also available […]

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HDMI 2.1: How it Became the Most Popular Display Interface

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a proprietary audio/video interface for transferring uncompressed video data and compressed or uncompressed digital audio data from an HDMI-compliant source device, such as a display controller, to a compatible computer monitor, video projector, digital television, or digital audio device. HDMI is a digital replacement for analog video standards, represented using […]

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USB Type-C Alternate Mode: The One for All

In our previous blog, “Ever Wonder How USB Type-C Works”, one of the paramount features we discussed was the Type-C connector being used with third party peripherals in-addition to USB. The mode in which the Type-C cable assembly facilitates operation of “Alternate” protocols is called Alternate Mode. USB Type-C Alternate Mode specification allows MHL, DisplayPort, […]

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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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Bernie DeLay @ EDACafe on the Value of SystemVerilog, UVM-based VIP

Here, Synopsys R&D Director, Bernie DeLay, talks to EDACafe on the value of native SystemVerilog and UVM support in our VIP titles. He describes how our memory and protocol VIP have been built debug-friendly with Protocol Analyzer, and support constraint random verification for full functional coverage with back-annotation to executable verification plans. You can learn more […]

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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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