HDCP High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
(HDCP)  is a form of Digital Rights Management (DRM) developed by Intel Corporation to control digital audio and video content as it travels across Digital Visual Interface (DVI) or High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) connections.
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
(HDCP) technologies are understood to protect digital motion pictures, TV programs and audio against unauthorised interception and copying between a digital set top box or digital video recorder and a digital TV or PC.
The consumer electronics business is leveraging HDMI and HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
) to create a scalable, secure media delivery architecture that enables anytime, anywhere availability of rich digital content.
The L30W36's digital visual interface provides an uncompressed transfer of high-definition video from a digital video source to a digital display device, while High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection
ensures copy protection of the content displayed.
The AD9882 supports High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
(HDCP), allowing viewing of content encrypted with the Intel HDCP version 1.0 standard.