VESA Digital Packet Video Link (DPVL) Standard and its Applications

DPVL is a high-level video stream protocol which uses bandwidth more efficiently and therefore reduces system power consumption. The standard defines video-packet structures, a capability management scheme, and a monitor-control scheme. Recent applications for using DPVL include driving multiple LCD monitors from a single thin client.

By: K. R. Schleupen; S. E. Millman; T. Matsui; R. Feuerstein; P. Borberg

Published in: RC23759 in 2005


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