|Definition||:||High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection|
|Category||:||Technology » Specifications & Standards|
What does HDCP mean?
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) is a specification developed by Intel Corporation to protect digital entertainment across the digital interfaces. HDCP eliminate the possibility of capturing digital content from the source to the display.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)What is the full form of HDCP?
The full form of HDCP is High-bandwidth Digital Content ProtectionWhat is the full form of HDCP in Technology?