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Embedded DisplayPort 1.5 (eDP 1.5) is an interface standard that is based on the DP 2.0 (DP standard), and it is designed to transport video between the system host, i.e., GPU, and device, i.e., display panel. It supports selective DP 2.0 features and additional features that are designed to conserve power. The diagram below, which is taken from the eDP 1.5 standard, shows a simplified eDP implementation.
Some of the main features supported by this standard are as follows:
The Embedded DisplayPort has become the de facto video standard for larger embedded displays. eDP 1.5 adds new features and protocols to significantly improve power optimization and gaming and media playback performance.
Cadence’s DisplayPort DPTX (Source device) and DPRX (Sink Device) Verification IPs (VIPs) have over 600 protocol checks and a coverage model for both devices. It is a mature and proven solution used for comprehensive functional verification. Visit the DisplayPort website for more details. Check other DisplayPort-related articles: