Sequoia Technology Says that the HDMI and MHL Plug 'n' Play Interoperability is Made Easy

Sequoia Technology Group are raising awareness of the ease of use the Quantum Data 980 Protocol Analyzer offers to achieve error proof design.

Sequoia Technology Group in Reading UK, is a leading designer and provider of 'real-life' electronic solutions serving the M2M-wireless, touchscreen kiosk, remote monitoring, SMSprinter and antenna markets. Sequoia Technology Group has announced that the Quantum Data 980 Protocol Analyzer is an easy to use 'plug and play' essential.


The 980 protocol analyser is the must have test equipment for designers of 3D HDMI and MHL products. The 980 gives full visibility into HDMI and MHL protocol transactions enabling you to achieve full interoperability.

The Quantum Data 980 supports HDMI and MHL source and sink compliance tests in accordance with CTS, as well as capture and analyse HDCP encrypted protocol data.

The 980 can capture data analysis or display user selected data in real time, presenting the data in an easy to understand way using the GUI manager.

Using a colour 10.4" touchscreen the 980 provides an easy to use Graphical User Interface for control and allows the user to view the incoming video and metadata in real time.

In short the Quantum Data 980 Protocol Analyzer is all you need to ensure that you deliver a design that is error proof. For further information about the 980 protocol analyser visit the Sequoia Technology website http://www.sequoia.co.uk/video/product.php?id=1282

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