Monthly Archive: January 2010

Jan 26 2010

VESA Unveils DisplayPort v1.2

Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has finalized the long awaited DisplayPort v1.2 specification, offering improved performance and a multitude of new features. DisplayPort v1.2, which doubles the transfer rate from the version 1.1 specification from 10.8Gbps to 21.6Gbps, is paving the way for higher performance, faster refresh rates, and 3D stereo display. Among the new …

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Jan 25 2010

New RF Stream Technology Reveals Compatibility Issues

Using the new RF stream recording technology, Allion designed a test to assess the level of television compatibility in the United States. RF signals were collected from 11 cities: Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Elgin, Englewood, Fargo, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Minot, Newark and Philadelphia. We chose three major TVs sold in North America that support the ATSC …

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Jan 18 2010

New RF Stream Technology Revolutionizing TV Testing

For TV manufacturers, sustaining the claim of product quality is vital to success; however, the industry has had difficulty consistently delivering on the claim.  Broadcasting systems in different countries and regions produce different RF signals, resulting in high error rates.  Even well-known TV brands can have compatibility issues when receiving signals in different regions. While …

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Jan 11 2010

First Certified SuperSpeed USB Consumer Products Announced

The USB-IF has announced the first wave of consumer products to pass compliance and certification testing for SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0). The 17 products include certified SuperSpeed USB laptops, devices, silicon and motherboards. Notable products announced include: ASUS P6x58D Premium motherboard HP Envy 15 notebok PC Fujitsu FMV-BIBLO NF/G70 notebook PC Western Digital My Book …

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