The Hikari TV Compatibility Program confirms that devices can properly function with this broadcast system. In addition, a stress test is performed to make sure that digital broadcasting can work properly when the network is in full state by putting burden (stress) on the network. Devices that can pass the program are authorized to obtain the Hikari TV logo proving that they work properly with this broadcasting system.

IEC 62684, an International Electrotechnical Commission Standard, is designed to universalize mobile phone power chargers. IEC 62684 was first developed as an interoperability specification (EU 62684:2010) of the common External Power Supply (EPS) across Europe. It has now become an international standard (IEC 62684:2011).

MirrorLink® is an acceptable standard for seamless connectivity between mobile devices and In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems. Introduced by the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), MirroLink® safely improves driving technology.

PictBridge makes it easier and convenient to print digital photos instantly without any PC connection. Interoperability is a necessary qualification for effective performance.

QPlay, by Tencent, enables QQ Music in mobile devices to interoperate with multimedia stereo devices, such as peripheral audio devices and TVs with wireless technology.

Serial ATA is the standard interface replacement for hardware connection to computer bus. SATA substitutes the parallel ATA interface generally for its improved bandwidth, speed, flexibility and structure.

PCI Express (PCIe) is a high-bandwidth interface technology with multiple serially designed paths for transferring data. Using dedicated lane connection, PCIe does address bandwidth limitations with better speed and graphics performance.

SD Association (SDA) establishes the technical and specification standards for SD memory card applications, continuously promotes SD as a leading industry standard, and encourages the development of digital A/V, wireless communication, and digital networking products that utilize the many unique benefits of SD standards. 

Combining the primary colors of RGB (Red, Green and Blue) creates the millions of colors on modern display devices. However, color definitions vary among different manufacturers. In response, Allion has developed a Logo certification program for sRGB (standard RGB), a color definition invented jointly by Microsoft and Hewlett Packard. Allion sRGB Logo Certification can give your products a competitive edge!