BizLink Introduces New DP80 Enhanced Full-Size DP Cable
This year, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) announced that in order to ensure that users can tell whether a cable or device supports the new standard, it will launch the DisplayPort UHBR certification program. Device and cable manufacturers can send new products to DisplayPort Authorized Test Centers (ATCs) for testing and certification, and many are already testing their products.
Previously, BizLink launched the world’s first VESA-certified DP80 cable, but it uses an mDP interface. For most users, if you want to use a DP line, it is more of a standard DP interface. In order to further meet the needs of the market, BizLink has launched the new DP80 enhanced full-size DP cable.
According to BizLink, the R&D team has increased the data transfer rate and bandwidth of the cable through continuous improvement, with higher signal speed and optimal signal integrity of the oscilloscope bandwidth. The cable is designed to ensure its electrical properties to meet the specific needs of some display applications. The new cable meets the highest standards of DP80 UHBR certification, supporting UHBR10 (40Gbps), UHBR13.5 (54Gbps), and UHBR20 (80Gbps) link rates for higher resolution and image quality, and backward compatibility with existing DisplayPort devices.
Both VESA’s DP40 and DP80 UHBR-certified cables can meet the access requirements of DisplayPort 2.0. The former supports UHBR10, and the latter also supports UHBR13.5 and UHBR20 on this basis. Certified cables are fully backward compatible with previously defined and currently used DisplayPort link rate devices, including RBR, HBR, HBR2 and HBR3.
BizLink and VESA are working together to develop next-generation cables and connectors. Although VESA has said that certified USB Type-C to DisplayPort conversion cables will also be available soon, they have not seen it yet.