Quote from RITRedbeard on August 22, 2011, 17:31
That can't be right. Maybe Gert or Eben can pop in with the HDMI output specs this way have a better idea of what chips for a circuit to convert the signal. TI seems to have some good chips for a solution, the only thing is now prototyping it with cost effective parts that can be bought in small quantities and then making a PCB/schematic so anyone can build one.
Heck, now the Raspberry Pi can be an educational tool in electronics and digital signaling (I'm a software guy
Gert or Eben:
Number of bits per pixel or bits per color?
Single link? Dual link? Both?
I think it outputs up to 1080p (Just plugged one in to a TV I have here, and it said 1080p anyway!). It does conform to the HDMI spec 1.3, and has audio. Not sure on the bits per pixel/colour formats - will need to check up on that.
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