What is HDMI ?
What is HDMI ?
High Definition Multimedia Interface, HDMI is a fully digital video and sound transmission interface that transmits uncompressed audio and video signals.
HDMI can be used in equipment such as set-top boxes, DVD players, personal computers, TVs, game consoles, integrated amplifiers, digital audio and TV sets.
HDMI can send audio and video signals at the same time. Since the audio and video signals use the same wire, the installation difficulty of the system line is greatly simplified.
HDMI is designed to replace the older analog signal audio and video transmission interface such as SCART or RCA and other terminals. It supports a variety of TV and computer video formats, including SDTV, HDTV video images, plus multi-channel digital audio.
Both HDMI and UDI, which removes the audio transmission function, inherit the core technology of DVI, "Transmission Minimized Differential Signal" TMDS, which is still an extension of DVI in essence.
The video content of DVI, HDMI and UDI is transmitted in real-time and dedicated line mode, which can ensure that the phenomenon of blockage will not occur when the video traffic is large. The amount of data per pixel is 24 bits.
The timing of HDMI signal is very similar to VGA, and the picture is sent line by line
DisplayPort was developed for liquid crystal displays at the beginning. It adopts the "Micro-Packet Architecture" transmission architecture, and the video content is transmitted in data packets, which is obviously different from video transmission technologies such as DVI and HDMI.
That is to say, the emergence of HDMI replaced analog signal video, and the emergence of DisplayPort replaced DVI and VGA interfaces.
The initiators of the HDMI organization include major consumer electronics manufacturers, such as Hitachi, Panasonic, Quasar, Philips, Sony, Thomson RCA, Toshiba, Silicon Image.
Digital Content Protection, LLC provides copy protection technology related to HDMI interface.
In addition, HDMI is also supported by major film production companies such as 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros., Disney, major consumer electronics manufacturers including Samsung Electronics, and many cable system operators.
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Compatible with industrial request any standard HDMI connector.
D-Type plastic flange with the screw lock, Mounting screws included.
Connects plugs through the front and back of the panel , shielded cable and connector for electronic interference.
Material : Plastic
Style : Panel mounted
Format : D-shape XLR housing
Application : Audio, Video
Type : D type HDMI chassis connector
Gender : HDMI Female to HDMI Female
High quality D-type HDMI Female to HDMI Female Panel Socket Panel Chassis Mount Square D Flange Panel Mount
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