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New HDMI & DisplayPort Active Optical Cables

by Stuart Berry May 24, 2018

HDMI & Displayport Cables

NTI have just introduced the XTENDEX® 4K@60Hz HDMI and DisplayPort Active Optical Cables (AOC) to its best-selling line of video extenders. The thin, ultra-lightweight cables are used to extend an Ultra-HD 4Kx2K 60Hz 4:4:4 HDMI or DisplayPort display up to 100 meters (328 feet) from a video source. The cables come in a variety of lengths.

Using optical fiber, the HD4K18GB-FO-xxM-MM and DP4K21GB-FO-xxM-MM cables provide high reliability signal transmission with zero signal loss in high noise environments. They support Ultra-HD 4Kx2K resolutions to 4096x2160 (60Hz), 2K resolution 2048x1080, HDTV resolutions to 1080p, and computer resolutions to 1920x1200.

The video bandwidth for the HDMI 2.0b cables is 6Gbps per channel (18Gbps total) and 5.4Gbps per channel (21.6Gbps total) for the DisplayPort 1.2a cables. Both cables are HDCP 2.2 compliant, and no external power supply is required.

The High Speed AOC is the perfect solution for extending HDMI or DisplayPort signals in conference rooms, classrooms, healthcare facilities, TV broadcast stations, home theaters, houses of worship and other digital signage applications.

Click the following links for more information on the HD4K18GB-FO-xxM-MM 4K HDMI AOC and DP4K21GB-FO-xxM-MM DisplayPort AOC.

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