HCDP

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AcronymDefinition
HCDPHeadless Console and Debug Port
HCDPHarris County Democratic Party (Texas)
HCDPHealth Care Delivery Program (US DoD; medical coverage)
HCDPHot Club de Paris (band)
HCDPHealth Care Development Project (est. 1956; Diabetic Association of Bangladesh)
HCDPHenrico County Division of Police (Virginia)
HCDPDischarge Under Honorable Conditions, Dependency Existing Prior to Enlistment
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COPP COPP [11] is a device driver technology used to enable High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) during the transmission of digital video between applications and high-definition displays.
The SiI 861 is also the world's first High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP)-enabled monitor controller.
The copy-protection standard built into D-VHS, known as High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP), is regarded by most experts as more robust than the Content Scrambling System (CSS) used for DVD.
An increasing number of computers and digital peripherals are also equipped with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) which is intended to discourage unauthorized copying of protected programming material.