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HDMI Fiber Cable Support 4K@30Hz and 4K@60Hz

HDMI Fiber Cable Support 4K@30Hz and 4K@60Hz

Update Time:2020-06-10
HDMI Fiber Cable support 4K@30Hz and 4K@60Hz
v1.4 fiber cable
v2.0 fiber cable
V1.4 
1. Supports 3840*2160@30Hz
2. Support 100M long distance transmit
3. Support EDID/CEC/3D
4. Bandwidth: 10.2Gbps

V2.0
1. Support 3840*2160@60Hz
2. Support 300M long distance transmit
3. Support EDID/CEC/3D/HDR
4. Bandwidth: 18Gbps
5. Supports YUV4:4:4

HDMI Forum Inc. official statement:

"HDMI does not define new data cables and connectors and interfaces, so it can maintain perfect downward compatibility with HDMI 1.x, and the existing type 2 data cables can be used directly."

The HDMI Forum Inc. organization announced that the  2.0 standard specification It has been completed and released, greatly enhancing the support for 4K UHD transmission and improving on multiple video and audio technologies.

 1.4 can already support 4K, but subject to bandwidth, it can only reach a maximum of 3840 × 2160 resolution and 30FPS frame rate. 2.0 expands the bandwidth to 18Gbps and can support 3840 × 2160 resolution and 50FPS, 60FPS frame rate.
At the same time, it supports up to 32 channels in audio and a maximum sampling rate of 1536kHz.

Other major improvements:
-Simultaneous transmission of dual video streams to multiple users on the same screen
-Simultaneous transmission of multiple audio streams to up to four users
- Support 21: 9 ultra wide screen display
-Dynamic synchronization of video and audio streams
- CEC expansion can better control consumer electronic devices through a single control point

2.0 does not define new data cables and connectors and interfaces, so it can maintain perfect downward compatibility with HDMI 1.x, and the existing type 2 data cables can be used directly. As for whether the current device can be upgraded to HDMI 2.0, there is currently no trend in this regard, and manufacturers need to update hardware and firmware.

HDMI Forum Inc. also specifically pointed out that 2.0 does not replace HDMI 1.x, but is based on the latter's enhancement. Any device that wants to support 2.0 must first ensure basic support for HDMI 1.x.
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