Quantum Data 4K Handheld HDMI Test and Signal Generator

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The Quantum Data 780A/780B is much more than just a video test pattern generator. It is a portable troubleshooting test tool for HDMI. The 780A/780B is equipped with both a reference HDMI source and HDMI sink interface allowing you to test audio, video and HDMI protocols of any HDMI device.

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The on-board HDMI output and input will enable you to troubleshoot systems with splitters extenders and switches that are already installed.

>You can test a display's HDMI and analog component inputs with all the necessary standard timings to ensure that it can render video test patterns including deep color and HDMI 3D patterns. Over 25 video patterns included and you can add custom bitmaps including the new ISF pattern set. You can also create your own custom formats and scrolling bitmap patterns to test for motion artifacts.

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> Emulate a known-good HDMI sink device to analyze HDMI video and audio content from an HDMI source device with HDCP content protection. View the incoming video images and metadata from an HDMI source device on the LCD display even when content is protected with HDCP.

> Quickly diagnose HDMI interoperability problems through an automated and simplified interface. Run tests upstream toward the source, downstream toward the sink or test both upstream and downstream simultaneously with the "Link" test. The utility also enables you to test on both sides of a repeater.

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>There is a complete Installer Step by Step-by-Step troubleshooter. You can quickly diagnose HDMI interoperability problems through an automated and simplified interface. Run tests upstream toward the source, downstream toward the sink or test both upstream and downstream simultaneously with the "Link" test. The utility also enables you to test on both sides of a repeater.

Network Analyzer
·    Verify HDCP on repeaters and displays. Send HDCP encrypted video content to a downstream repeater (e.g. AVR) and/or sink (e.g. DTV). Check the authentication response from the sink.

·    Check Max HDCP HDMI devices. Check the number of HDCP devices an HDMI source supports during HDCP authentication.

·    Verify video timing. Verify the timing of an HDMI source. Compare against a known-good timing.

·    Verify video type. Verify the video type of an HDMI source. View AVI infoframe content.

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·    Identify EDID problems. Run verification tests on the EDID of a sink device such as an HDTV or input of a repeater device. View the entire contents of the EDID of the sink device. Run portions of the EDID compliance test. Compare two EDIDS.

·    Verify an HDMI source's response to an EDID. Emulate the EDID of any HDMI sink device to verify that an HDMI source device responds properly to it. Store and retrieve multiple EDIDs for use in testing.

·    Verify audio data. Read the audio infoframes and audio sample packet headers including channel status bits from a connected HDMI source.

·    Check for CEC devices. Poll an HDMI installation for CEC devices.

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Cable Test - More than just a continuity tester
·    Verify HDMI cables. Run tests on HDMI cables. Test for pixel errors on multiple formats (resolutions) on the TMDS video and check continuity on the 5 volt, hot plug and DDC lines.

·    Prequalify HDMI networks (prior to installation) with Repeater Test. Verify HDMI networks comprised of cables, audio/video processors, extenders, switches, repeaters, etc. prior to installation. Test for pixel errors on multiple formats (resolutions) on the TMDS video and check continuity on the 5 volt, hot plug and DDC lines.

Test HDMI networks (once installed) with Frame Compare test. Verify HDMI networks comprised of cables, audio/video processors, extenders, switches, repeaters, etc. once installed. Test for pixel errors on the TMDS video.

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