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-The HDBaseT Alliance hosted several members at its booth to showcase their latest interoperable HDBaseT products and solutions-
June 11, 2019, 09:00, US Eastern Time
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The HDBaseT Alliance, a cross-industry association whose mission is to promote and advance the HDBaseT standard, is finalizing HDBaseT Spec 3.0, which is the latest and most advanced version of the HDBaseT standard. Spec 3.0 is based on the definitions specified in Spec 2.0, and significant changes have been made to the physical layer (PHY) and USB overview. In addition, Spec 3.0 will bring more improvements to other interfaces.
Backwards compatible with previous specifications, Spec 3.0 includes:
"The HDBaseT Alliance is deeply adapted to market demand and
The uncompressed solution is clear,"
, President of HDBaseT Alliance. "By defining Spec 3.0, the alliance will continue to provide installers and integrators with the most flexible, interoperable and state-of-the-art solutions for optimal performance."
Valens, the founder of the HDBaseT Alliance and the inventor of HDBaseT technology, will showcase its revolutionary VS3000 configurable transceiver chipset (part of its latest series,
), in line with Spec 3.0.
"Valens' VS3000 can realize long-distance distribution of uncompressed HDMI2.0",
Valens (Valens) vice president and head of audio and video business. "The VS3000 is the most integrated product on the market today, enabling leading AV vendors to design products with higher quality, greater flexibility, and greatly reduced costs."
Many alliance members will showcase their latest HDBaseT solutions at InfoComm 2019. The alliance will host 13 members at its booth (921):
HDBaseT, supported by Valens chipset, can realize an all-in-one connection between an ultra-high-definition video source and a remote display through a single interface
/ 328ft CAT6 cable or optical fiber, provide HD
Video, audio, USB, Ethernet, control signal and up to 100 watts of power.
The HDBaseT Alliance continues to advance and promote the use of HDBaseT technology as a global standard for ultra-high-definition digital connections. Since its establishment in 2010 by LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Valens, the alliance has brought together leading companies in the consumer electronics, professional audiovisual, industrial and automotive sectors, and now has more than 200 members and thousands of members. product.
SOURCE HDBaseT Alliance
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