Tag Archives: HDMI

5 Things to Know About UHD over IP

AV distribution over IP has been with us for a few years now, mostly SD and HD video. However, due to the constraints of the bandwidth requirements of 4K Ultra HD, distribution over a data network was only a dream. Specifically, Ultra HD video or 4K/60 4:4:4 with high dynamic range (HDR), requires 18 Gigabits […]

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WyreStorm Standard H.264 AV over IP Encoder with PoE – NHD-230-TX

The NHD-230-TX is WyreStorm’s first standard H.264 encoding solution enabling streaming to a huge variety of devices including PC’s, tablets, smartphones and IPTVs & set top boxes.

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Navigating the confusing landscape of HDMI versions

FiberPlex Doug Schwartz 9/19/2014 HDMI, Oh My… I’m sure, back in 2002, when Hitachi, Matsushita Electric (now Panasonic), Philips, Silicon Image, Sony, Thomson (now Technicolor), RCA and Toshiba came together to create HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), they had no idea of the confusion and frustration the format would pose to consumers and professional integrators alike. […]

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