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Title: Gain Understanding of Optical, Coaxial and HDMI Cables

Optical, Coaxial, and HDMI Cables
  • By Versitron Inc.

Introduction of Optical, Coaxial, and HDMI Cables
  • Optical, coaxial, and HDMI are the widespread
    choice of cables when it comes to connecting a
    DVD player, TV, soundbar, video game console, or
    a set-top box.
  • Each of these connectors possess typical
    features, and often people get confused about
    their selection.
  • Lets discuss the selection of these cables in
    detail and their contribution.

What are HDMI, Optical and Coaxial Cables
  • Optical Cables
  • These cables are made of optical fibers, thus the
  • The audio signals are usually transferred through
    these fibers..
  • HDMI Cables
  • HDMI cables were introduced in 2002.
  • These cables help in easy transmission of digital
    audio and video signals through one cable.
  • Digital Coaxial Cables
  • The most common choices for making digital audio
  • Digital coaxial cables only transmit audio

Comparisons between Optical, Coaxial and HDMI
  • Construction
  • Coaxial cables and HDMI cables feature copper
  • HDMI cables comprise four shielded twisted pairs
    of copper wires.
  • Optical cables are made of optical fibers.
  • Audio
  • Optical digital signals transmit DTS Dolby
    Digital sounds
  • Digital coaxial cables offer 51 channel surround
  • HDMI audio connections are designed to support
    high-quality sound.

Comparisons (contd.)
  • Video
  • Digital coaxial and optical cables do not support
    video transmission.
  • HDMI can support both formats but are expensive
    than the other two cables
  • Bandwidth
  • The optical cable can support bandwidth up to 96
  • Coaxial cables can support high-quality audio
    formats up to 192 kHz.
  • HDMI cables have evolved over the years and they
    support high bandwidths.

  • Coaxial, digital coaxial, and HDMI cables are
    nowadays available in different configurations
    and you can choose the ones that meet our
    application requirements. The demand for HDMI
    cables is increasing owing to different
    advantages that it offers. Many businesses using
    traditional cables are using HDMI to fiber
    converters for improving the quality of signal
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