While it will take some time to understand the capabilities of new test instruments, early DPL Labs assessments show signs of trouble with 48G cables.
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Going from 18Gbps to 48Gbps is nothing to take lightly, so can you trust these cables to live up to their specs? DPL Labs’ Jeff Boccaccio weighs in on the issue.
While HDMI extenders can be very useful, integrators should be careful because any lingering cable deficiencies can limit their effectiveness.
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