06.16.2009 02:50 PM
MultiDyne to unveil HDMI-ONE fiber link

MultiDyne Video and Fiber Optic Systems will introduce the HDMI-ONE, a low-cost HDMI and DVI fiber link with HDCP copyright protection support, at this year’s InfoComm in Orlando, June 17-19.

Designed to extend HDMI and DVI distance limitations, the HDMI-ONE offers bidirectional communication over one fiber for full HDCP copyright and EDID functionality.

Recognizing the need for high-resolution graphics and video image transfer over long distances, MultiDyne’s HDMI-ONE focuses on maximizing visual quality with pixel-for-pixel image transport and a 100 percent 24-bit scan rate and no contouring or bit reduction. The fully uncompressed HDMI or DVI-D signal is transported over one fiber that supports WUXGA up to 1920 x 1200 and is completely transparent with no frame dropping.


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