In some instances when making signal connections, trial and error to find the most sensitive HDMI input might be necessary.
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There’s a new buzzworthy term in the industry and it goes by the abbreviation FPGA. So, what is this FPGA and why has it become trendy?
As we’ve entered into full 8K and 10K resolutions, these AOC devices can pull even more power, starving its supply bus and causing failures to occur.
The new Imaging Science Foundation-certified 8K SEVEN HDMI generator from Murideo incorporates more than 1,000 test patterns.
While AOCs have long been viewed as a savior for long-distance HDMI systems, its important to remember the entire chain must work together properly for the system to function.
How is it that certified products manage to perform so differently from what they claim? Jeff Boccaccio of JPL labs weighs in on the phenomenon.
If the transmission line was capable of handling the entire 18Gbps envelope, there really should not be any issue, right?
HDMI 48Gbps specification performance variables increase substantially in areas once considered noncritical.
HDM specification revisions (like tossing Rev 2.0 into 2.1) are natural, but can they also be cause for concern?