InfoComm: Belden Running Unamplified 1080p-60 Signal Over 100 Feet of HDMI - GovernmentVideo.com

InfoComm: Belden Running Unamplified 1080p-60 Signal Over 100 Feet of HDMI

Behind the cables is the patented Bonded-Pair technology, which Belden has used for more than 16 years in Category 5, 5e, 6 and now Category 6A 10 gigabit (10GBASET) data cables. 
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Belden is demonstrating the performance properties of its HDMI cable by running an unamplified 1080p/60 digital video signal 100 feet from a generic Blu-ray Disc player to a generic 1080p/60 display at InfoComm 09, June 17-19 in Orlando.

"All HDMI cables are manufactured offshore in Asia, with one exception: the HDMI cable made by Belden," said Steve Lampen, product line manager at Belden. “However, this is just raw bulk cable. To be turned into assemblies, our partner Blue Jeans Cable (http://www.bluejeanscable.com) sends our bulk cable to China where it is cut and assembled with connectors. We currently make this raw cable in two gauge sizes, 23.5 AWG and 28 AWG, of which the 23.5 AWG is being demonstrated here at InfoComm, running what many say is impossible: a crystal clear 1080p/60 digital video signal over 100 feet."

Behind the cables is the patented Bonded-Pair technology, which Belden has used for more than 16 years in Category 5, 5e, 6 and now Category 6A 10 gigabit (10GBASET) data cables.

Bonded-Pairs attach the two insulated wires of each pair together, without any glue or bonding agent. Even when the cable is flexed or bent, the conductor-to-conductor spacing (and impedance) remains constant

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