Joe Cornwall’s “Ghost in the HDMI Machine” White Paper Offers Insight Into the Payload Factors Contributing to HDMI Extension Issues
DAYTON, Ohio — March 9, 2022 — C2G is providing AV integrators with an in-depth look at the challenges of extending HDMI connectivity beyond its 15-meter passive connectivity limitation in its latest white paper “Ghost in the HDMI Machine,” written by Legrand’s AV Technology Evangelist Joseph D. Cornwall, CTS-D/I. Available for download here, the white paper dives into why this high-bandwidth connection is sensitive to a number of issues arising from manufacturing decisions and installation environmental conditions and how integrators can ensure dependable operation of client’s media solutions.
“HDMI is both the single most significant connection — and challenge — of 21st century AV design,” said Cornwall. “While we’ve certainly come a long way since the inception of this technology, there are still times when a well-done installation mysteriously runs aground. At that moment, it’s often difficult to pinpoint the source of the problem. That may lead to some intensive hours spent troubleshooting and ordering equipment. This white paper is the result of our intensive research and analysis and exposes what lies at the heart of many HDMI extension problems — proper application of power. Our goal is to help integrators anticipate, avoid, and address HDMI issues efficiently and effectively.”
Key information highlighted in the white paper includes:
Illuminating the potential and reasons for HDMI failure because of voltage starvation
The role that the I2C HDMI transport protocol, chip sets of active copper and active optical cables, and more play in payload complexities
A power supply analysis of tested sources
Solutions for mitigating HDMI extension link issues today
See Legrand’s full library of white papers, guides, and eBooks at www.legrandav.com/resources/white_papers_guides_and_ebooks.
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Legrand is the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures. Its comprehensive offering of solutions for use in commercial, industrial, and residential markets makes it a benchmark for customers worldwide. Drawing on an approach that involves all teams and stakeholders, Legrand is pursuing its strategy of profitable and sustainable growth driven by acquisitions and innovation, with a steady flow of new offerings — including connected products stemming from Legrand’s global Eliot (Electricity and IoT) program. Legrand is one of the most sustainable companies in the world, as ranked by the Corporate Knights, and is committed to achieving carbon, water, and waste reductions in its operations, deepening its community relationships, and continuously improving the environmental profile of its products. Legrand reported sales of around $7.1 billion (USD) in 2018. Legrand has a strong presence in North and Central America, with a portfolio of well-known market brands and product lines. Legrand is listed on Euronext Paris and is a component stock of indexes including the CAC40. www.legrand.us
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Image Caption: C2G’s Ghost in the HDMI Machine Whitepaper is now available to download
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