Supported Test ID MOIs approved by HDMI Forum
Elgin IL - April 29, 2014 - Quantum Data™, a worldwide provider of video test equipment, today announced the availability of second set of HDMI 2.0 Forum-approved compliance Tests IDs and associated MOIs.
Test IDs / MOIs Approved April 24, 2014:
- HF1-10: Source TMDS Protocol – 6G TMDS Bit Clock Ratio
- HF2-6: Sink Video Timing – 6G 2160p 24-bit Color Depth
- HF2-10: Sink Video Timing 6G - HF-VSDB
- HF2-26: Sink EDID – Video Format Test
- HF2-35: Sink EDID - YCBCR 4:2:0 Deep Color HF-VSDB
- HF2-53: Sink EDID – HF-VSDB
The new set of HDMI Forum approved Test IDs and associated MOIs are supported on the existing HDMI Protocol Analyzer module with the exception of the HF2-6 test which is supported on the new 980 HDMI 2.0 6G Video Generator module. The Test IDs supported on the current HDMI 1.4 Protocol Analyzer module are offered as part of a new option package (Option Package #2) which may include additional tests currently under development. The lone test supported by the new HDMI 2.0 6G Video Generator module is offered as a distinct package which will also include other tests currently under development.
The new set of HDMI 2.0 approved MOIs adds to the previously supported Test IDs / MOIs related to 4:2:0 pixel encoding approved April 11, 2014. These Test IDs / MOIs are also supported on the 980 HDMI Protocol Analyzer module and offered as Option Package #1:
- HF1-31: Source Pixel Encoding - YCbCr 4:2:0
- HF1-33: Source Video Timing - YCbCr 4:2:0
- HF1-51: Source AVI Infoframe – YCbCr 4:2:0
- HF2-23: Sink Pixel Decoding – YCbCr 4:2:0
- HF2-31: Sink EDID - YCBCR 4:2:0 Data Blocks
The HDMI 2.0 Compliance tests are run through the existing 980 Manager’s HDMI Source and Sink Compliance test GUI. The 980 compliance solutions are ideal for pre-testing and self-testing when permitted. They provide developers with the necessary test results (and detailed capture logs in the case of source tests) to enable thorough investigation of anomalies. The test results and raw capture data can be disseminated to other colleagues and subject matter experts for analysis. The 980 test instrument is not required to view these results and captures—only the free 980 GUI Manager is necessary for remote analysis of the results.
Contact your Quantum Data distributor or representative for more information. For a complete list of current HDMI 2.0 Compliance test solutions, refer to the Quantum Data website: Quantum Data 980 HDMI Protocol Analyzer module page and the Quantum Data 980 HDMI 2.0 Video Generator module page.
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