Using a HDMI extender to mitigate transmission problems over long cables:
In many front projection installation where cable lengths are significant, the problems of pixelization for even a complete picture drop out will occur.
An external HDMI Extender can be used in order to correct and compensate for the long cables that causes the impairments. The HDMI Extenders automatically adjust and compensate for cable attenuation up to 40 dB. In addition, an adaptive equalizer compensates for the time-based skews. A limiting amp "squares" up and re-shapes the input signal before sending to the output through output buffers.
The HDMI Extender
are low powered and can be attached to the display end ( after the long cable) to completely rectify any errors caused by transmission over long HDMI cable
. The extender is housed in a small ease to use package. Power for the Hdmi Extenders is supplied directly from the HDMI source so you donot require en external powersource.
The HDMI Extender can be used with DVI-D
products simply by using a HDMI to DVI-D cable
or a HDMI DVI adapter.
HDTV technology is changing rapidly. HD connections such as HDMI will become the de facto standard in HDTV connections. Transmitting HDMI signals over long cables is a challenge and often causes pixelization and signal drop out. An external HDMI Extender can be placed at the display end of the cable to completely compensate for signal degradation caused by a long