HDCP Specification v1.1 Amendment for HDCP-GVIF Revision 1.0
This document describes amendment of the High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) specification, limiting to implementation onto GVIF (Giga-bit Video Interface). It is based on HDCP 1.1, which is a revision update to HDCP Revision 1.00 and its errata, referred to collectively as HDCP 1.0.
In HDCP 1.1, HDCP devices are limited to DVI and HDMI. But current DVI and HDMI do not fulfill the requirements from automotive industries, for instance, emission noise of DDC line or cable diameter. GVIF-HDCP is optimal solution for secure digital transmission in automotive systems.
In most cases, terminology ‘HDMI’ in the HDCP Specification rev 1.1 can be replaced by ‘GVIF’ unless otherwise noted.
GVIF-HDCP devices shall satisfy both compliance rule and robustness rule described in the license agreement, except for interoperability with DVI devices.
Separate device keys, from Digital Content Protection, LLC, as for DVI and HDMI must be used for GVIF-HDCP in order to ensure the independence from DVI and HDMI.
An HDCP transmitter which uses GVIF as physical layer.
An HDCP receiver which uses GVIF as physical layer.
1.3 References Japan Electronic Industry Development Association Standard, Digital Interface Standard for Monitor, February, 1999.
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