HDMI COMPLIANCE TEST SPECIFICATION 1.4A PDF

The successor to the widely-adopted HDMI 1. It significantly increases bandwidth to 18 Gbps and adds such features as 32 audio channels and simultaneous delivery of video and audio streams to multiple users. As with previous HDMI versions, compliance and debug test solutions are critical to ensuring successful implementation of the specification. With the Tektronix AWG arbitrary waveform generators, engineers can produce required receiver test signals and specified impairments automatically using direct synthesis methods which reduce test setup time and additional instrument cost. The solution consists of high-performance hardware and integrated software, fully supporting all physical layer testing for source and sink devices as well as cables.

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An HDMI 1. The UA AXIe-based module is the first instrument to support source and sink compliance testing up to the maximum transition modulated differential signaling data rates of 3. Integration with an offline viewer enables debug through a waveform or listing view, giving designers much more insight into captured data. The component object model interface enables faster testing through automation. The UA provides support for a maximum data rate of 3.

There is user-controlled execution of individual or multiple HDMI 1. The UU-PSV passive monitoring upgrade for the UA delivers pass-through and mirror capabilities to help engineers debug source and sink issues effectively.

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HDMI Specifications and Programs

Several versions of HDMI have been developed and deployed since the initial release of the technology, but all use the same cable and connector. Other than improved audio and video capacity, performance, resolution and color spaces, newer versions have optional advanced features such as 3D , Ethernet data connection, and CEC Consumer Electronics Control extensions. Production of consumer HDMI products started in late The HDMI specification defines the protocols, signals, electrical interfaces and mechanical requirements of the standard.

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HDMI source and sink compliance tests up to 3.4 Gbps

An HDMI 1. The UA AXIe-based module is the first instrument to support source and sink compliance testing up to the maximum transition modulated differential signaling data rates of 3. Integration with an offline viewer enables debug through a waveform or listing view, giving designers much more insight into captured data. The component object model interface enables faster testing through automation. The UA provides support for a maximum data rate of 3. There is user-controlled execution of individual or multiple HDMI 1. The UU-PSV passive monitoring upgrade for the UA delivers pass-through and mirror capabilities to help engineers debug source and sink issues effectively.

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