As part of the WHDI Compliance Program, and as a founding member of WHDI™ consortium, Amimon has established the first Authorized Test Center (ATC) for conducting WHDI certification tests according to the WHDI Compliance Test Certification (CTS).
The aim of the WHDI Compliance Program is to increase the WHDI logo credibility by allowing companies to test their products and/or wireless modules for compliance with WHDI standard.
The tests are done in the ATC, by testing WHDI products in three levels:
- Compliance with WHDI specification
- Minimum product performance
- Interoperability between products (including HDCP 2.0) testing
A product that has received the ATC approval is allowed to carry the WHDI logo (According WHDI logo requirements)
WHDI CTS defines two types of certification:
- Product Certification - WHDI Product Certification is for products that are sold to the end user
- Module Certification - A WHDI module is a chip, board or system that can go through the performance testing layer in the CTS
The tests include RF/PHY layer, MAC layer and AVCL layer compliance tests. On the Application layer the tests include usability tests, mainly for registration and user announcements.
Prior to submitting a product for testing, submission forms and product samples should be sent to the WHDI ATC.