HDMI is a high-definition multimedia interface and is a digital video/audio interface technology. The HDMI cable is the abbreviation for the connection between multiple high-definition multimedia, which can transmit uncompressed high-definition video and multi-channel audio data with high quality.
At present, the highest standard of HDMI is HDMI 2.0, and the bandwidth of HDMI2.0 is 18Gbps. It supports plug and play and hot swap, and supports 3840×2160 resolution and 60FPS frame rate. It also supports up to 32 channels in audio and up to 1536kHz sampling rate, supporting HDR, BT.2020, 10BIT. It also supports the HDCP2.2 protocol.
The HDMI splitter can distribute the incoming HDMI signal into multiple, consistent, synchronized HDMI number outputs. It also has signal buffering and amplification capability. Therefore, for input HDMI signals, long-distance transmission (expansion) of more than 15 meters can be realized by serially connecting multiple distributors; users can also improve by stacking multiple distributors. The number of HDMI output ports.
HDMI splitter is mainly used in HDTV, digital set-top box, DVD, projector testing, retail, display; data center control; information distribution; conference room demonstration; teaching environment and training venues have restrictions on noise, transmission distance and safety field of.
HDMI switches are widely used in home entertainment, HD LCD TV sales showcases, HDTV, STB and DVD production testing, as well as data distribution, information release, conference rooms, schools, and various training venues.
The HDMI interface provides up to 5 Gbps of data transmission bandwidth for uncompressed audio signals and high-resolution video signals.