Interoperability Event Signals Improved Functionality
PISCATAWAY, N.J. Feb. 15, 2011 www.mipi.org/displayinterop
Santa Clara, CA University of New Hampshire
Participants judged the robustness of the physical link at a range of data rates and transmits, video sequences and bit-rate test patterns in a variety of image formats, resolutions, and frame rates to exercise higher layers of functionality.
Specifically, each pair of hosts and devices performed three tests together:
- a Bit-error Rate Test to check the physical quality of the link
- an Image Verification Test to ensure that the host was able to properly format image data and that the display could render it properly
- a Bus Turnaround Test, to ensure that each display could handle Bus Turnaround with different timings, allowing the display to communicate some information back to the host.
"These interoperability events are key to the successful deployment of MIPI specifications," said Joel Huloux, Chairman of MIPI Alliance. "We strongly support these types of efforts and believe the knowledge gained will translate into highly successful products."
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