GRL DisplayPort 1.4 Multi-lane Protocol Decode Software (GRL-DP-DEC)

Debug DisplayPort 1.4 PHY and Link in Real-Time


Quickly resolve challenges in early designs with GRL’s DisplayPort (DP) 1.4 Protocol Decode Automation Software, the only tool available for oscilloscope-based DP Link Layer/protocol analysis and debug of 1, 2, 3 and 4 lane DP designs. GRL’s solution is compatible with leading vendors high performance real-time Oscilloscope platforms. Overcome the limitations of using a traditional oscilloscope to debug DisplayPort 1.4 designs. Save time and eliminate errors by viewing DisplayPort micro-packets at the protocol level along with time-correlated physical layer signals. GRL-DP-DEC helps quickly troubleshoot DisplayPort 1.4 protocol problems back to their timing or signal integrity root cause. GRL-DP-DEC is the only tool that allows developers to decode Multi-Stream Transport (MST) traffic on a real-time scope. MST allows streaming of multiple independent video streams from a single Display-Port output. Implementing MST presents design challenges both at the electrical and protocol level with strict timing budgets and bandwidth requirements. GRL-DP-DEC helps overcome these challenges with easy to use MST traffic capture and analysis.

Key Features

  • Get detailed insight into main DisplayPort Link transactions
  • Correlate between DisplayPort Protocol , Link and Physical layer
  • Leverage as reference DisplayPort Sink to Test DisplayPort Source transmission
  • View raw Multi-Stream Transport (MST) traffic

Application Specifications

This application is compatible with
  • Keysight Technologies 90000 X-Series, 9000, and 90000Q Series and newer oscilloscope models.
  • Tektronix MSO/DPO70000 and newer Digital & Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes models.
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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.