What is High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)?

As we entitled in The heading that HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface and is used for audiovisual equipment or device such as high-definition television and home theater systems like  a PlayStation 3, or an HD-DVD or Blu-ray player. The First production of HDMI 1.0 was started on April 16, 2002. It can transmit 5 Gbps of bandwidth and it consists upto 19 wires in just single Cable and type b consist upto 29 wires. The bandwidth limit of HDMI is double of what is required by audio video multi transmit channel.

Without HDMI Cables we are able to maximize resolution of any related device upto 704 x 480 pixels only and aspect ratio of 4:3. Devices which display picture as standard definition run on Analog Signals, whereas HDMI’s network work on Digital Signal. Means to say it works in Binary Language which vary from 0-1. HDMI’s supported devices  have aspect ratio of 16:9 and resolution of up to 1920 x 1080 pixels and even more in HDMI 1.3. The HDMI standard is a set of guidelines for creating high-bandwidth connections between digital devices.

HDMI’s can run about 8 channels without compression means it can carry or support upto 7.1 surround-sound system. As a rule, HDMI cables should not run longer than 15 feet (5 meters), or degradation of the signal could occur. So most of us are using HDMI in our home.