CEDIA has published a new whitepaper on HDMI, titled “HDMI Design and Initialization Sequence,” which covers the basic design of HDMI devices, the HDMI initialization sequence, and features in the HDMI 1.4a specification.
The paper, the second in CEDIA’s series on HDMI, covers three types of HDMI devices as well as the authentication process of displaying the best possible audio and video format and a list of third-party HDCP key limits.
The document is available through the CEDIA Marketplace free of charge to CEDIA members and is priced at $9.99 for non-members.
“This white paper serves as a resource to help electronic systems industry professionals understand the basics of HDMI design and the HDMI initialization sequence in order to better service and troubleshoot issues that may arise with this technology,” said Dave Pedigo, CEDIA’s senior director of technology.
The HDMI Design and Initialization Sequence white paper was developed by CEDIA’s Technology Council, which works to help CEDIA members identify opportunities surrounding emerging and future technologies. Additional white papers on timely and relevant technology topics will be released throughout 2011.