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TI Precision Labs - Video Interface: Understanding DP Link Training

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October 8, 2021

DisplayPort has become a standard for connecting PCs, laptops, and other computers to video monitors. It is also available on video graphics cards, docking stations, projectors, and other computer peripherals.  In this video, we cover in more detail how the three major components of the DP interface: the main link, the auxiliary or AUX channel, and the Hot Plug Detect or HPD, are used during the link training process.

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