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Bay Area Chapter • Society for Information Display • After-work Monthly Seminar Series

Thursday, November 8, 2001 - 6:00 PM


Speaker: James D. Lyle, Silicon Image, Inc.

Abstract. This presentation describes some of the "nuts-and-bolts" aspects of the HDCP system. The terminology, structure, and behavior of a typical system are described, with an emphasis on application.

Speaker Biography

Jim Lyle is a senior staff engineer at Silicon Image, where his focus has been on the system architecture and integration of the company's DVI and HDCP products. He has a degree in electrical engineering from UC Berkeley and has worked at Tandem Computers, Sun Microsystems, and National Semiconductor. His other interests include antique radios and Scottish country dancing.

Post-Seminar Dinner: The seminar is free. Please join our speaker for dinner ($10-20) afterwards. Directions to the restaurant will be handed out at the seminar.

Directions to Seminar Location
Apple Town Hall Auditorium, 4 Infinite Loop Cupertino, CA 95014

This is just off of De Anza Blvd. just south of 280 and a few miles north of 85. Head east on Mariani Ave. and take a left at the end of Mariani Ave. Entrance to Infinite Loop 4 is on the east side of Apple campus.

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