Test Instrument Approved for HDMI-HDCP
Quantum Data 882E, HDCP 1.2 compliance test application for the HDMI™ interface has been approved by Digital Content Protectio
Quantum Data™, a worldwide provider of video test equipment, has announced that their 882E-based HDCP 1.2 compliance test application for the HDMI™ interface has been approved by Digital Content Protection (DCP), LLC as an authorized test tool. Quantum Data's test tool satisfies an important need in the HDMI industry. The DCP, LLC-approved version of the HDCP test application is the only commercial available approved HDCP compliance test tool for HDMI.
Operation of the DCP, LLC-approved version is simple. The HDCP compliance test is initiated through the 882E front panel or PC application. Once initiated, the tests run to completion with limited user interaction required. A typical test suite can be completed in as little as 5 minutes. When a test series has been completed, the 882E instrument issues a detailed report that provides pass/fail results for each individual test. Reports can be viewed through a web browser, transferred over a network or printed.
In addition to the HDCP compliance test, the 882E offers a debug environment that helps identify and resolve HDCP problems during development, prior to submission for compliance. Developers can monitor HDCP transactions where HDCP compliance test failures occur to help identify the root cause of a failure.
The DCP, LLC-approved software release version number will be listed on the DCP, LLC web site: www.digital-cp.com, and the firmware is available for download from the Quantum Data web site: http://www.quantumdata.com/downloads/. Orders for the DCP-approved HDMI-HDCP compliance tool are being taken now.