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DarbeeVision Solves HDMI Issues, Ups Interoperability With phaseHD

SANTA ANA, CA — (Marketwired) — 11/25/13 — , Inc., a pioneer in the field of digital image enhancement, is about to make interoperability issues with HDMI a thing of the past. The company has partnered with , and will incorporate phaseHD-s award winning technology (Best New Product, CEDIA 2013) into its DarbeeVision family of video processors. The resulting solution will act as a repair device, improving interoperability with a clean signal, and more than doubling the throw distance provided by other cables.

What sets phaseHD-s technology apart from the competition is that it uses a dedicated transmitter and receiver module to control the low and high speed signals on both ends of the cable. The receiver leverages phaseHD-s adaptive restoration circuit which takes into account the source signal, data rate and cable length (up to a maximum of 50m 26AWG for 1080p60) and applies the correct amount of gain to maximize overall performance. This allows the installer to ensure compliance while working with native HDMI cables of any type and length.

DarbeeVision-s family of products are winning international acclaim for the new level of quality and realism that they provide to video. Using (DVP), the DarbeeVision family of products delivers extremely images that make the original image seem dull and flat by comparison. DVP technology has been implemented in easy to use accessories for consumer electronics market categories that include: general consumer, high end home theater and video gaming.

“We are excited to work with the innovators at DarbeeVision and bring the convenience and reliability of long reach HDMI connectivity to DarbeeVision products,” noted Kevin Taylor, vice president of operations for phaseHD. “The Darbee team shares our vision of focusing on quality to create an improved end-user experience.”

Key features of phaseHD-s technology include:

Patent pending double-ended HDMI signal intervention

Highest standard of interoperability by encapsulation of DC, low-speed and high-speed signals

Genuine long length 10.2Gbps (3.4Gbps per channel) HDMI compliance

Future proofed TMDS capability to 18Gbps (6.0Gbps per channel)

Plug and Play by design, requiring no manual configuration and no length / type dependency

Catered to both new and legacy based installations

“As with the Darblet, phaseHD-s technology is all about consistently providing a great viewing experience,” said Larry Pace, president of DarbeeVision. “The ability to solve several common HDMI issues is a wonderful added value that takes our product offerings to another level — and addresses the needs of our customers. Moving forward, we plan to implement phaseHD technology as a standard component in many of our products.”

To learn more, please visit , DarbeeVision-s or call 657-600-8241.

phaseHD-s roots are in the video and broadcast market where high speed signal designs are held at much higher standard than those found in the commercial and consumer space. With a deep understanding of critical high speed design practices, noise filtering and copper based cabling challenges, phaseHD is uniquely positioned to provide the best solutions to support native HDMI cable use over long distances. For more information email , or visit .

DarbeeVision Inc. was founded by Paul Darbee and Larry Pace to commercialize system products, discrete hardware and embedded solutions based on Darbee Visual Presence Technology. DarbeeVision is offering its Darbee Visual Presence technology for consumer electronics product integrations. The privately held company is headquartered in Santa Ana, California, USA. For information call 657-600-8241, email , or visit .

All DarbeeVision, Darbee patents, trademarks, copyrights and licensing are a product of DarbeeVision Inc.

Kevin Mayberry
Lages & Associates
(949) 453-8080

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