Rambus DisplayPort™ 1.4 and HDMI® 2.1 FEC IP cores deliver a glitch-free visual experience for end users, while enabling designers to use VESA® Display Stream Compression (DSC) to reach higher resolutions and refresh rates.
|DisplayPort 1.4 FEC Transmitter (Tx)||Solution for GPUs, UHD Set-top Boxes, Desktop and Laptop PCs, USB-C/DisplayPort Accessories|
|DisplayPort 1.4 FEC Transmitter (Tx) ASIL-B||ASIL-B certified solution for automotive applications|
|DisplayPort 1.4 FEC Receiver (Rx)||Solution for High-Performance External Displays, UHD TV, USB-C/DisplayPort Accessories|
|HDMI 2.1 FEC Transmitter (Tx)||Solution for GPUs, Desktop and Laptop PCs, UHD Set-top Boxes, Pro AV, HDMI 2.1 Accessories|
|HDMI 2.1 FEC Receiver (Tx)||Solution for UHD Monitors, UHD TVs and Home Theaters, Pro AV, HDMI 2.1 Accessories|
|Feature||DisplayPort 1.4||HDMI 2.1|
|Reed Solomon (RS) FEC||RS (254,250)|
|Lane Operation||1, 2 and 4-lane modes|
NB: 4-lane mode requires 2 FEC IP core instances
|3-lane and 4-lane modes|
|Statistics Interface||Included in Rx||Included in Rx|
|DP Main 8b/10b Encoder||Tx: Included|
Bit errors on an uncompressed video stream have no visual impact. However, bit errors on a compressed video stream result in an impaired visual experience for a user. For this reason, DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1 mandate the use of Reed Solomon (RS) FEC when enabling VESA DSC.
For example, DisplayPort 1.4 has a bit error rate (BER) of 10-9 without FEC. The BER is the probability that a given bit will be corrupted. With the use of FEC, the BER is lowered to 10–18. At full DisplayPort bandwidth (32.4Gbps), this represents approximately one uncorrected error per year.
DisplayPort 1.4 FEC Tx and Rx
HDMI 2.1 FEC Tx and Rx