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The third-party testing facility DPL Labs has certified Transformative Engineering’s HD-4K HDBaseT solution.
Robert Archer · April 11, 2018
How can anyone legitimately claim their HDMI transmission lines (cables, fiber, wireless, etc.) are ready for the HDMI Rev 2.1 48G?
Jeff Boccaccio · October 03, 2017
DPL Labs tests performed on one popular 4K Blu-ray player that seemed to work with just about every product reveals some interesting — and disturbing — results.
Jeff Boccaccio · July 27, 2017
A seven-hour DPL Labs presentation at the HDMI Wire and Cable Association Conference in China elicited an intense Q&A about HDMI 2.1 and 48Gbps.
Jeff Boccaccio · June 23, 2017
DPL Labs tried various devices, cable assemblies and connectors to figure out why a fixture and connector issue kept causing problems during its new HDMI test equipment setup.
Jeff Boccaccio · May 23, 2017
DPL Labs shares the reaction it’s heard from integrators, manufacturers and retailers about the latest HDMI revision.
Jeff Boccaccio · March 08, 2017
Under Rev 2.0b the 18Gbps pipe offered 4K 60Hz Deep Color and HDR. Now, with increased bandwidth we can achieve resolutions out to 5K, 8K and 10K with refresh rates much faster than ever.
Jeff Boccaccio · February 13, 2017
As True 4K Ultra HD products hit stores, you’re going to have to use ‘active’ cables with much higher power demands. Where will all that power come from?
Jeff Boccaccio · January 20, 2017
Just because a product can pass an HDMI test does not mean it will always work within varied system environments. Under Rev 2.0b this only gets more complicated.
Jeff Boccaccio · December 28, 2016
What happens when an HDMI cable boasts 18Gbps but can’t fight its way out of 10.2Gbps? Let’s sort through the question of HDMI speed once and for all.
Jeff Boccaccio · December 15, 2016