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HDMI 1.4a signal in a less than ideal environment

Question asked by smeng on Oct 11, 2012
Latest reply on Jan 10, 2013 by daverowe

I have a product that puts out HDMI 1.4a with a 32 bit color depth.  I have to go through some less than ideal connections that will exhibit impedance bumps, and then are subjected to a noisy EMI environment.  To accomplish this I was thinking of utilizing something like the ADV7622 but one that only has 1 input and 1 output, and operates in -40 to +85C.  I was thinking maybe something to boost the signal of the 1.4a, 32 bit color depth resolution, or just retransmit it right as it leaves my system, and see if that will mitigate the effects of the impedance bumps, and operate in the extended temp range.  Does anyone have a way to do this, or a better idea?