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The OpenLDI specification describes a logical, electrical, and mechanical interface between a display source and a display device for the transfer of digital display data. Included in this interface are communication channels for display identification (DDC/CI and EDID) and connection of peripheral devices (USB). Use of this interface is appropriate for both direct attachment of a display source to a display device in a single assembly, e.g. notebook computers and single cabinet HDTVs, as well as for attachment of a display source to a remote display device, e.g., standalone LCD computer monitors. OpenLDI is an evolutionary development of the de facto industry standard for the interconnection of video controllers to LCD panels in notebook computers.

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