HDCP 2.3: Enabling Robust Security Of High-Res Displays

Displays, monitors and touchscreens are the interface to our digital lives everywhere—at home, at work, and in the car. Display designers continuously upgrade their products with higher bandwidth, new technologies, and innovative features. New, modular products incorporate micro LEDs to allow new form factors, such as designing displays that are as thin as a canvas, can be rolled up, or can b... » read more

USB4: User Expectations Drive Design Complexity

This white paper outlines the capabilities of USB4 Hosts, Hubs, Docks, and Devices with an emphasis on how end-user expectations drive the complexity of USB4 products. USB4 is the most complex USB specification so far and requires designers to understand the USB4, USB 3.2, USB 2.0, USB Type-C, and the USB Power Delivery specifications. Designers must also understand PCIe and DisplayPort specifi... » read more