GVIF


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GVIF

(Gigabit Video InterFace) A transmission method for sending digital information to a flat panel display. Developed by Sony, it differs from LVDS and TMDS by offering a longer cable length and using only one wire for RGB signals. These attributes prevent GVIF from attaining the bandwidth required to support high-resolution displays. See flat panel display.
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