GRL DisplayPort AUX Protocol Decode Software (GRL-DPAUX-DEC)

Debug DisplayPort 1.4 & eDP AUX transactions in Real-Time


  • Get detailed insight into DisplayPort AUX transactions.
  • Correlate between DisplayPort AUX Physical layer and Protocol Layer.
  • Easily interpret AUX traffic register values and timings.


The DisplayPort Auxiliary (AUX) channel is a bi-directional, half-duplex channel that carries device management and control data for the DisplayPort main link, such as VESA EDID, MCCS, and DPMS standards. An oscilloscope with GRL-DP-AUX-DEC DisplayPort AUX protocol decode software connected between the Source and Sink device captures DisplayPort AUX traffic and timings. All AUX transactions - like DPCD reads and writes, and EDID reads - can be clearly viewed and analyzed, along with the physical layer signal captures.

GRL-DP-AUX-DEC analyzes all native DisplayPort and I2C traffic and displays the complete associated register details. The ability to analyze these detailed transactions between Source and Sink plays a major role in quickly debugging DisplayPort and eDP interoperability problems.

Key Features

Features - Available Now
  • Conformance to DisplayPort 1.4 Specification and Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) version 1.4 .
  • Displays native and I2C over AUX channel transactions with complete packet details in tabular format.
  • Decodes live and stored waveforms.
  • Seamlessly links physical layer signals to DP AUX protocol transactions.
  • Expands commands in accordance to the DP specification and displays all associated registers and data.
  • Displays physical layer waveform along with the bus diagram.
  • Detailed micro packet descriptions.
  • Time-stamped AUX protocol details helps identify timing issues within your design.
  • Automated PDF report generation.
GRL-DPAUX-DEC - GRL DisplayPort and Embedded DisplayPort AUX protocol decode software.*
*Prices are subject to change without notice.
GRL DisplayPort AUX Protocol Decode Software 10-Day Trial License.
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How to Download
Click the download button and save the file to a temporary directory on your PC.

How to Install
On your PC or Oscilloscope, open (execute) the downloaded file, and follow the on-screen installation instructions. More instructions are available in the Quick Start Guide.