HDMI Type-A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual

HDMI Type-A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual
HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual HDMI Type‐A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual P a g e | 1 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Table of Contents Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 3 Product Inspection .......................................................................................................................... 5 The HDMI Type‐A HEAC Test Adapter Care and Handling Precautions .......................................... 6 General Test Adapter, Cable, and Connector .................................................................................. 8 Handling and Storage .................................................................................................................. 8 Visual Inspection.......................................................................................................................... 8 Cleaning ....................................................................................................................................... 8 Making Connections .................................................................................................................... 8 Electrostatic Discharge Information ................................................................................................ 9 User Model .................................................................................................................................... 10 Calibration ..................................................................................................................................... 13 SOLT ........................................................................................................................................... 14 1X‐THRU .................................................................................................................................... 15 E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board .......................................................................................... 16 Mechanical and Environmental Specifications.............................................................................. 17 Electrical Specifications ................................................................................................................. 20 Wilder Technologies, LLC – Limited Warranty .............................................................................. 33 Wilder Technologies, LLC – Terms & Conditions of Sale ............................................................... 34 Compliance with Environmental Legislation ................................................................................. 35 WEEE Compliance Statement .................................................................................................... 35 Glossary of Terms .......................................................................................................................... 36 E‐EDID Addendum A‐1 ................................................................................................................... 37 E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board reference information .................................................. 37 E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board User Model ................................................................... 40 E‐EDID EE‐PROM ........................................................................................................................ 45 Index .............................................................................................................................................. 51 P a g e | 2 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Introduction This user’s guide documents the HDMI Type‐A HEAC Test Adapter (HDMI‐TPA‐H) the associated Calibration Module, and the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board. The two test adapter types, shown in Figures 1 and 2, test HDMI Interface (HDMI) cables and devices against the HDMI Compliance Test Specification Version 1.4a. The Calibration Module, shown on Page 13, is used to zero‐out test adapter attributes (using SOLT, with either the 1X‐THRU or the 2X‐THRU). The E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board shown on Page 16, and further discussed in Addendum A‐1, provides measurement access to several test points. The TPA‐HP and TPA‐HR test adapter assemblies allow easy access, via SMA connections, to measure or inject TMDS Data and Clock signals and/or HEAC signals. These test adapters also provide access to DDC/CEC signals, including the +5V Power, SDA, SCL, CEC, DDC/CEC Return, and Ground via an eight‐position low‐speed connector. A mating eight‐position low‐speed connector is provided on the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board for additional access to these signals. Hot Plug Detect, High‐Speed Ethernet, and Audio Return Channel are incorporated in the functionality of the HEAC signals. The HEAC coaxial cable shields are DDC/CEC Return referenced as stated per HEAC Table 2‐1 of HDMI specification version 1.4a dated March 4, 2010. The TMDS signals are high‐speed ground referenced. NOTE: To avoid damaging the cables, use the handling techniques described in the Care and Handling section before making any connections or configuring a test setup. Always use a static‐safe workstation when performing tests, as explained in the “Electrostatic Discharge Information” section. 10 SMAs for High‐Speed Testing
Low‐Speed Connector Housing
HDMI Plug Figure 1. The HDMI Type-A HEAC Test Adapter (Plug)
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HDMI Receptacle
Figure 2. The HDMI Type-A HEAC Test Adapter (Receptacle)
NOTE: The metal shell of both the plug (HDMI‐TPA‐HP) and receptacle (HDMI‐TPA‐HR) connectors are configured at the factory to tie high‐speed ground to chassis ground. The low‐speed 8‐position receptacle connector is keyed and latching (Molex part number 43645‐0800). The mating plug connector housing and contact pins for 26‐30awg wire are provided with each HDMI‐TPA‐HE assembly (Molex part numbers 43640‐0801 for the 8‐position housing and 43031‐0011 for the 26‐30awg pin contact). Replacement plug parts can be purchased through Molex distributors. An adapter cable assembly (P/N 415‐0028‐000) is included with the HDMI‐TPA‐HE (E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board) for connecting the HEAC coaxial cables to the EDID board for non‐HEAC testing. Contact Wilder Technologies or visit the Wilder Technologies web site for additional information. P a g e | 4 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Product Inspection Upon receiving the HDMI‐TPA‐H from Wilder Technologies, perform the following product inspection: 
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Inspect the outer shipping container, foam‐lined instrument case, and product for damage. Retain the outer cardboard shipping container until the contents of the shipment have been inspected for completeness and the product has been checked mechanically and electrically. Use the foam‐lined instrument case for secure storage of the Wilder Technologies HDMI Test Adapter when not in use. Locate the shipping list and verify that all items ordered were received. In the unlikely event that the product is defective or incomplete, the “Limited Warranty” section discusses how to contact Wilder Technologies for technical assistance and/or how to package the product for return. P a g e | 5 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual The HDMI Type‐A HEAC Test Adapter Care and Handling Precautions The HDMI Test Adapter requires careful handling to avoid damage. Improper handling techniques, or using too small a cable bend radius, can damage the coaxial cable connections within the adapter housing or the cables themselves. This can occur at any point along the cable. To achieve optimum performance and to prolong the HDMI‐TPA‐H’s life, observe the following handling precautions: 
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CAUTION 1: Avoid Torque Forces (Twisting) While individual coaxial cables within the test adapter have some rotational freedom, twisting the HDMI‐TPA‐H as a unit, with one end held stationary, in excess of +/‐ 90° may damage or severely degrade performance. Adherence to Caution 5 (below) helps to avoid exceeding twist limits. CAUTION 2: Avoid Sharp Cable Bends Never bend coaxial cables into a radius of 26 mm (1‐inch) or less. Never bend cables greater than 90°. Single or multiple cable bends must be kept within this limit. Bending the HDMI‐TPA‐H cables less than a 26mm (1‐Inch) radius will permanently damage or severely degrade test adapter performance. CAUTION 3: Avoid Cable Tension (Pull Forces) Never apply tension (pull forces) to an individual coaxial cable that is greater than 2.3 kg (5 lbs.). To avoid applying tension, always place accessories and equipment on a surface that allows adjustment to eliminate tension on the HDMI‐TPA‐H and cables. Use adjustable elevation stands or apparatus to accurately place and support the HDMI‐TPA‐H. CAUTION 4: Connect the HDMI‐TPA‐H First To prevent twisting, bending, or applying tension to the coaxial cables when connecting a HDMI‐TPA‐H, always attach the HDMI‐TPA‐H to the device under test (DUT) or cable under test before attaching any SMA connectors. Carefully align the HDMI Type‐A connectors and then gently push the connectors together until fully seated. If the HDMI‐TPA‐H must be turned or twisted to make connection to the DUT, avoid using the HDMI‐TPA‐H housing alone to make this occur. Try to distribute the torque forces along the length of the test setup and cabling. If this is not possible, it is recommended to first loosen or disconnect the SMA connections at the HDMI‐TPA‐H, make the connection to the DUT and then re‐tighten or attach the test equipment leads. NOTE: Only grip the test adapter housing when inserting or extracting the HDMI‐TPA‐H to or from the DUT. Pulling directly on the HDMI‐TPA‐H cables or using them to insert the HDMI‐TPA‐H may cause damage. P a g e | 6 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual 
CAUTION 5: Carefully Make SMA Connections To connect the HDMI‐TPA‐H SMA connectors, follow these steps: 1.
Hold the cable stationary by grasping the cable at the black heat‐shrink section near the SMA connector. 2.
Insert the mating SMA barrel and hand‐tighten the free‐spinning SMA nut onto the connector while avoiding pulling, bending, or twisting the HDMI‐TPA‐H coaxial cable. 3.
The HDMI‐TPA‐H SMA connectors have flats that accept an open‐end 1/4‐inch or 6.5mm wrench. When attaching instrument cables to the HDMI‐TPA‐H, it is recommended that the HDMI‐TPA‐H SMA connectors be mechanically held and the test leads be tightened to the equipment manufacturer’s torque recommenda‐
tions, normally 5 in‐lbs, using a 5/16‐inch open‐end wrench. If the test set‐up requires repositioning, first loosen or disconnect the SMA connections to avoid twisting, bending, or tension. NOTE: A drop in signal amplitude by half or 6db during the testing of a lane may indicate that a cable has been mechanically pulled free of coaxial cable connections internal to the assembly. This could be determined by checking if the cable has any lateral play relative to the TPA. This would only occur when the TPA has exceeded the pull force as specified within the mechanical specification. If the cable cannot be re‐seated, the test adapter will need to be sent back to the factory for service. 
CAUTION 6: Independently Support Instrument Cables or Accessories Excessive weight from instrument cables and/or accessories connected to the HDMI‐TPA‐H can cause damage or affect the test adapter performance. Be sure to provide appropriate means to support and stabilize all test set‐up components. P a g e | 7 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual General Test Adapter, Cable, and Connector Observing simple precautions can ensure accurate and reliable measurements. Handling and Storage Before each use of the HDMI‐TPA‐H, ensure that all connectors are clean. Handle all cables carefully and store the HDMI‐TPA‐H in the foam‐lined instrument case when not in use, if possible. Do not set connectors contact end down. Install the SMA protective end caps when the HDMI‐TPA‐H is not in use. Visual Inspection Be sure to inspect all cables carefully before making a connection. Inspect all cables for metal particles, scratches, deformed threads, dents, or bent, broken, or misaligned center conductors. Do not use damaged cables. Cleaning If necessary, clean the connectors using low‐pressure (less than 60 PSI) compressed air or nitrogen with an effective oil‐vapor filter and condensation trap. Clean the cable threads, if necessary, using a lint‐free swab or cleaning cloth moistened with isopropyl alcohol. Always completely dry a connector before use. Do not use abrasives to clean the connectors. Re‐
inspect connectors, making sure no particles or residue remains. Making Connections Before making any connections, review the “Care and Handling Precautions” section. Follow these guidelines when making connections: 
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Align cables carefully Make preliminary connection lightly To tighten, turn connector nut only Do not apply bending force to cable Do not over‐tighten preliminary connections Do not twist or screw‐in cables Use a torque wrench, and do not tighten past the “break” point of the torque wrench P a g e | 8 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Electrostatic Discharge Information Protection against electrostatic discharge (ESD) is essential while connecting, inspecting, or cleaning the HDMI‐TPA‐H test adapter and connectors attached to a static‐sensitive circuit (such as those found in test sets) Electrostatic discharge can damage or destroy electronic components. Be sure to perform all work on electronic assemblies at a static‐safe work station, using two types of ESD protection: 
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Conductive table‐mat and wrist‐strap combination Conductive floor‐mat and heel‐strap combination When used together, both of these types provide a significant level of ESD protection. Used alone, the table‐mat and wrist‐strap combination provide adequate ESD protection. To ensure user safety, the static‐safe accessories must provide at least 1 MΩ of isolation from ground. Acceptable ESD accessories may be purchased from a local supplier. WARNING: These techniques for a static‐safe work station should not be used when working on circuitry with a voltage potential greater than 500 volts. P a g e | 9 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual User Model The HDMI Type‐A HEAC TPA supports testing with the HDMI CTS Version 1.4a. It is capable of performing well beyond the scope of measurements contained in the CTS, limited only by the specifications, environmental, care and handling as stated in this document. The following examples are suggestions for possible testing setups. In this first example, an HDMI Type‐A HEAC plug TPA acts as a sink: TMDS Under Test
HD Source Under Test
HDMI‐A
Plug TPA
Signal Analyzer
Low‐Speed Signals
E‐EDID/HDCP Analyzer
P a g e | 10 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual In the second example, the HDMI Type‐A HEAC plug acts as a source: TMDS Under Test
Signal Generator
HDMI‐A
Plug TPA
HDMI Sink Under Test
Low‐Speed Signals
HDMI E‐EDID P a g e | 11 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDCP bypassed for test
HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual The third example shows two HDMI Type‐A HEAC Receptacle TPAs acting as source and sink: TMDS Under Test
Mated Connectors
HDMI‐A Receptacle TPA
Calibrated Signal Generator and Signal Analyzer
HDMI‐A
Cable
HDMI‐A Receptacle TPA
Lanes Under Test
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HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Calibration The HDMI Plug and Receptacle Test Adapters are passive components. Therefore, calibration for the errors generated must occur within the test instrumentation that drives the sink or looks at the response of the source. Figure 3. Calibration module (HDMI-TPA-C) showing standard 6-inch cable on SOLT and 3-inch cables
connected to the 1X-THRU P a g e | 13 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual SOLT SHORT, OPEN, LOAD, and 2X‐THRU (SOLT) are calibration standards used to compensate for errors associated with the TPA when used for Jitter measurement, TDR, TDT, and VNA testing. SOLT represents the same electrical length and losses as the TPA through the HDMI Type‐A HEAC connector pad, and enables the test engineer to compensate for the following six repeatable, systematic errors that occur when moving the reference plane: 
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Signal leakage effects: Directivity errors Signal leakage effects: Crosstalk errors Reflection effects: Source Impedance Mismatching errors Reflection effects: Load Impedance Mismatching errors Bandwidth effects: Receiver Transmission in Test Equipment errors Bandwidth effects: Receiver Reflection‐tracking in Test Equipment errors These errors need to be corrected on each port. Refer to the Instrument Manual for instructions on the instrument’s specific calibration process. NOTE: The reference plane is the boundary, both physically and electrically, between the calibrated and uncalibrated portions of the circuit. Everything outside the reference plane is considered part of the DUT. Any instrument that does not use calibration defines the DUT as the total of externally connected components. If the HDMI‐TPA‐C is not used, all of the HDMI‐TPA‐H and the 6‐inch cables, as well as cables connecting the 6‐inch cables to the test instrument, would be a part of the DUT. Non‐repeatable errors, such as drift or random errors, can be reduced but not corrected. Drift errors aggregate over time or with environmental changes such as temperature shift. To eliminate drift errors, perform another calibration. A random error cannot be corrected through calibration since the error occurred randomly. Random errors are typically associated with either test instrument noise or test repeatability problems. Reduce test instrument noise by increasing source power, lowering the IF bandwidth, or averaging results over multiple sweeps. Reduce test repeatability problems through the use of a torque wrench or, again, by averaging over multiple sweeps. P a g e | 14 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual 1X­THRU The 1X‐THRU is a calibration feature used to calibrate time domain instrumentation (for example, pre‐emphasized pulse generators or AWGs, arbitrary waveform generators). 1X‐THRU calibration compensates two error sources – cable losses and group delay: 
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Cable Losses – Cable losses associated with the HDMI Type‐A HEAC plug TPA, and its respective cabling that’s connected to the test source, consist of skin loss and, to a lesser extent, dielectric loss. Pre‐emphasis or de‐emphasis is used at the signal source to correct for these cable losses. Pre‐emphasis is a boost of the signal level just after an edge transition; de‐emphasis is a reduction in the low‐speed amplitude of the signal source. Typically, on a de‐emphasized signal the levels have to be reset to attain the same output levels. Resultant signals from either pre‐emphasis or de‐emphasis are identical relative to the DUT. For the purposes of this discussion, pre‐emphasis will be used. To set the pre‐emphasis, first determine the amount of signal boost by connecting the signal source, via the 1X‐THRU and the respective cable used to connect the DUT to the source to a high‐speed oscilloscope or a jitter measurement device. Trigger the oscilloscope or jitter measurement device using a trigger from the source. The trigger, a single event, indicates the start of the signal being sent to the DUT. Adjust pre‐emphasis to maximize the eye opening. Group Delay – Group delay is the second error source for 1X‐THRU calibration. When the DUT generates an output signal, it can be used to measure delay. To create a baseline delay measurement, connect the output signal cable to the input signal cable and the 1X‐THRU. To determine corrected DUT delay, subtract this baseline measurement from the DUT delay measurements. P a g e | 15 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board The E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board (HDMI‐TPA‐HE) is a tool that may be used to support testing HDMI cables and devices against the HDMI Compliance Test Specification (CTS) Version 1.4a. The E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board contains jumpers that easily configure the low‐
speed signal lines for several test conditions listed in the CTS. Test points are also provided for easy measurement access. Specific features and usage models are presented within Addendum A‐1 of this document. Figure 4. E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board (HDMI‐TPA‐HE) Figure 5. HDMI‐TPA‐HE (E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board) mated to a HDMI‐TPA‐HP (Plug) Test Adapter P a g e | 16 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Mechanical and Environmental Specifications NOTE: All specifications in this manual are subject to change. Table 1. General Specifications
ITEM DESCRIPTION Usage Environment Controlled indoor environment Test Adapter Length (w/standard cables) 180 mm +/‐ 2 mm (7.10 inches +/‐ .08 inches) (Characteristic) Operating Temperature 0°C to +55°C (32°F to +131°F) (Characteristic) Storage Temperature ‐40°C to +70°C (‐40°F to +158°F) (Characteristic) HDMI‐TPA‐H Cable Pinout The HDMI‐TPA‐H cables provide ten SMA connectors (TMDS Data and Clock signals, and HEAC signals) and one low‐speed connector. Labels clearly mark each cable or connector. The following figure refers to pin‐description tables for each of the two connector types. Color ID for
Data Line Polarity (See Table 4) 10 SMA Connectors (See Table 2)
Color ID for Differential Pair (See Table 2) Low‐Speed Connector (See Table 3) Figure 6. Cable Connectors (TPA-HP shown)
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LABEL COLOR ID FOR DIFFERENTIAL PAIR DESCRIPTION D2+ Red TMDS Data2+ for Source and Sink D2‐ Red TMDS Data2‐ for Source and Sink D1+ Blue TMDS Data1+ for Source and Sink D1‐ Blue TMDS Data1‐ for Source and Sink D0+ Green TMDS Data0+ for Source and Sink D0‐ Green TMDS Data0‐ for Source and Sink CLK+ Yellow TMDS Clock+ for Source and Sink CLK‐ Yellow TMDS Clock‐ for Source and Sink UTIL/HEAC+ White HPD/HEAC‐ White Utility for non‐HEAC operation, or HEAC+ for Source and Sink Hot Plug Detect for non‐HEAC operation, or HEAC‐ for Source and Sink Table 3. HDMI-TPA-H Eight-Position Cable Connector “P2” (Low-Speed)
LABEL PIN NO. COLOR ID FOR TPA‐HP (PLUG) COLOR ID FOR TPA‐HR (RECEPTACLE) GND Pin 1 Blue Blue RF Ground CEC Pin 2 Black Black Consumer Electronics Control RES Pin 3 Not Used Not Used SCL Pin 4 White White I C Clock for DDC SDA Pin 5 Green Green I C Data for DDC RTN Pin 6 Gray Gray DDC/CEC Ground +5V Pin 7 Yellow Yellow +5V Power HPD Pin 8 Not Used Not Used No connect P a g e | 18 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D DESCRIPTION No connect 2
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HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Table 4. HDMI Type-A HEAC Plug and Receptacle Pin Assignments
Connector Pin Number Destination Number (Source/Sink) Color ID for Data Line Polarity Color Identification (Plug/Receptacle) TMDS Data2+ 1 D2+ Red Red Label Ground 2 Ground N/A N/A TMDS Data2‐ 3 D2‐ Black Red Label TMDS Data1+ 4 D1+ Red Blue Label Ground 5 Ground N/A N/A TMDS Data1‐ 6 D1‐ Black Blue Label TMDS Data0+ 7 D0+ Red Green Label Ground 8 Ground N/A N/A TMDS Data0‐ 9 D0‐ Black Green Label TMDS Clock+ 10 CLK+ Red Yellow Label Ground 11 Ground N/A N/A TMDS Clock‐ 12 CLK‐ Black Yellow Label CEC 13 P2 Pin 2 N/A Black Insulation Utility/HEAC+ 14 UTIL/HEAC+ Red White Label SCL 15 P2 Pin 4 N/A White Insulation SDA 16 P2 Pin 5 N/A Green Insulation DDC/CEC Ground 17 P2 Pin 6 N/A Gray Insulation +5V POWER 18 P2 Pin 7 N/A Yellow Insulation HPD/HEAC‐ 19 HPD/HEAC‐ Black White Label 2, 5, 8, 11 P2 Pin 1 N/A Blue Insulation Pin Description Ground P a g e | 19 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Electrical Specifications NOTE: All specifications in this manual are subject to change. Table 5. Electrical Specifications
SPECIFICATION MINIMUM TYPICAL MAXIMUM Insertion Loss (GHz), at ‐3 db 14 18.5 2X‐THRU with six‐inch cables Return Loss (GHz), at ‐20 db 10 13 2X‐THRU with six‐inch cables Insertion Loss (GHz), at ‐3 db 26.5 1X‐THRU with three‐inch cables Return Loss (GHz), at ‐20 db 8.5 1X‐THRU with three‐inch cables 1.21:1 2X‐THRU with six‐inch cables Differential Impedance (ohms), at 100 ps Rise Time 95 105 All TMDS data and clock, Receptacle and Plug, excluding HDMI connector Differential Impedance (ohms), at 200 ps Rise Time 90 110 All TMDS data and clock, Receptacle and Plug, including HDMI connector Impedance (ohms) ), 100 ps Rise Time 47.5 52.5 All TMDS data and clock, Receptacle and Plug, excluding HDMI connector Impedance (ohms) ), 100 ps Rise Time 47.5 52.5 SHORT, OPEN, LOAD, 1X‐THRU, and 2X‐THRU Intra‐lane Skew (ps) ‐6 6 All TMDS data and clock, Receptacle and Plug Inter‐lane Skew (ps) ‐6 6 All TMDS data and clock, Receptacle and Plug NEXT (db), at 13 GHz, at 6.75 GHz at 4.05 GHz ‐40 ‐53 ‐53 All TMDS data and clock, single aggressor, without HDMI connector, with six‐inch cables and terminations Differential Impedance (ohms), at 100 ps Rise Time 95 105 HEAC, Receptacle and Plug, excluding HDMI connector Differential Impedance (ohms), at 200 ps Rise Time 90 140 HEAC, Receptacle and Plug, including HDMI connector Current Carrying (A) 0.5 VSWR, at 10 GHz NOTES +5V Power and DDC/CEC Grounds P a g e | 20 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 7. Typical 2X-THRU insertion loss
Figure 8. Typical 2X-THRU return loss
P a g e | 21 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 9. Typical TMDS mated pair 10.2 Gb/s eye diagram, with calibration (top) and without calibration
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P a g e | 22 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 10. Typical TMDS mated pair 10.2 Gb/s eye measurements, with calibration (top) and without calibration
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P a g e | 23 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 11. Typical TMDS mated pair balanced insertion loss, with calibration (top) and without calibration
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P a g e | 24 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 12. Typical TMDS mated pair balanced return loss, with calibration (top) and without calibration
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P a g e | 25 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 13. Typical TMDS on TPA balanced return loss, differential termination replacing connector
P a g e | 26 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 14. Typical differential TDR of TMDS, HDMI-TPA-HP connected to HDMI-TPA-HR at 100 ps Rise
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Figure 15. Typical differential TDR of TMDS, HDMI-TPA-HP connected to HDMI-TPA-HR at 200 ps Rise
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P a g e | 27 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 16. Typical Differential NEXT of TMDS, without connector (top) and with mated connectors
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P a g e | 28 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 17. Typical Differential NEXT of TMDS, without connector (top) and with mated connectors
(bottom); skipped lanes, even to even or odd to odd; all lanes terminated at both ends
P a g e | 29 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 18. Typical HEAC mated pair balanced insertion loss.
Figure 19. Typical HEAC mated pair balanced return loss.
P a g e | 30 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 20. Typical differential TDR of HEAC, HDMI-TPA-HP connected to HDMI-TPA-HR at 200 ps Rise
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P a g e | 31 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure 21. Typical Differential NEXT of HEAC to CLK, without connector (top) and with mated
connectors (bottom); all lanes terminated at both ends
P a g e | 32 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Wilder Technologies, LLC – Limited Warranty Wilder Technologies, LLC warrants that each Test Adapter, 1) is free from defects in materials and workmanship and, 2) conforms to Wilder Technologies specifications for a period of 12 months. See Consumable and Fragile Material Warranty for exceptions to the 12 month warranty The warranty period for a Test Adapter is a specified, fixed period commencing on the date of ship from Wilder Technologies, LLC. If you did not purchase your Test Adapter directly from Wilder Technologies, LLC, the serial number and a valid proof of purchase will be required to establish your purchase date. If you do not have a valid proof of purchase, the warranty period will be measured from the date of ship from Wilder Technologies, LLC. If, during the warranty period, the Test Adapter is not in good working order, Wilder Technologies, LLC will, at its option, repair or replace it at no additional charge, except as is set forth below. In some cases, the replacement Test Adapter may not be new and may have been previously installed. Regardless of the Test Adapter’s production status, Wilder Technologies, LLC appropriate warranty terms apply. Consumable and Fragile Material Warranty Wilder Technologies, LLC warrants that consumable materials and all fragile materials supplied by Wilder Technologies, LLC either as part of an instrument or system, or supplied separately, will be free from defects in material and workmanship at the time of shipment. Extent of Warranty The warranty does not cover the repair or exchange of a Test Adapter resulting from misuse, accident, modification, unsuitable physical or operating environment, improper maintenance by you, or failure caused by a product for which Wilder Technologies, LLC is not responsible. The warranty is voided by removal or alteration of Test Adapter or parts identification labels. The initial three months are unconditional; the remaining months excludes plugs, receptacles and SMA connectors. Connectors are wear items and excluded from the warranty after the initial three months. These warranties are your exclusive warranties and replace all other warranties or conditions, express or implied, including but not limited to, the implied warranties or conditions or merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. These warranties give you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of express or implied warranties, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. In that event, such warranties are limited in duration to the warranty period. No warranties apply after that period. Items Not Covered by Warranty
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D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Compliance with Environmental Legislation Wilder Technologies, LLC, is dedicated to complying with the requirements of all applicable environmental legislation and regulations, including appropriate recycling and/or disposal of our products. WEEE Compliance Statement The European Union adopted Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), with requirements that went into effect August 13, 2005. WEEE is intended to reduce the disposal of waste from electrical and electronic equipment by establishing guidelines for prevention, reuse, recycling and recovery. Wilder Technologies has practices and processes in place to conform to the requirements in this important Directive. In support of our environmental goals, effective January 1st, 2009 Wilder Technologies, LLC has partnered with E‐Tech Recycling of Beaverton, Oregon, www.etechrecycling.com, to recycle our obsolete and electronic waste in accordance with the European Union Directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment ("WEEE Directive"). As a service to our customers, Wilder Technologies is also available for managing the proper recycling and/or disposal of all Wilder Technologies products that have reached the end of their useful life. For further information and return instructions, contact support@wilder‐tech.com. P a g e | 35 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Glossary of Terms TERMINOLOGY DEFINITION Aggressor A signal imposed on a system (i.e., cable assembly) to measure response on
other signal carriers. Box‐to‐box connection HDMI Type‐A link between two boxes detachable by an end user. An HDMI Type‐A cable‐connector assembly for the box‐to‐box connection shall have three TMDS Link lanes. CEC Consumer Electronics Control
DDC Display Data Channel (VESA)
HDMI Type‐A Receiver Circuitry that receives the incoming HDMI Type‐A TMDS Link data. Located in Sink Device and the upstream port of Intermediate Device. HDMI Type‐A Transmitter Circuitry that transmits the HDMI Type‐A TMDS Link data located in Source Device and in the downstream port of Intermediate Device. HDMI‐TPA‐H HDMI Type‐A HEAC Test Point Access. A specialized assembly that interfaces
to a HDMI Type‐A HEAC receptacle or plug and enables access of signals for measurement or stimulation including the HEAC signals. Dual‐standard Device Source or Sink Device that supports both DisplayPort and DVI/HDMI operating modes.
Informative The designation of a test that is not required for compliance but is considered
important from a characterization standpoint. It is provided for informational purposes only. Normative The designation of a test that is required for compliance. Sink Device A device that contains A/V stream sinks for display and/or sound. Source Device A device that contains a stream source and originates an isochronous A/V
stream. TMDS Transition Minimized Differential Signaling
Victim A signal carrier on a system that has a response imposed on it by other signals in the system. P a g e | 36 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual E‐EDID Addendum A‐1 This addendum provides documentation of E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board (HDMI‐TPA‐HE) as to its content and operation. It also contains documentation of the provided EE‐PROM which may or may not be used in the course of the testing. E­EDID/Low Frequency Control Board reference information This section contains an illustration of the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board, the schematic, primary cable attachment detail, secondary cable attachment for probing and/or HDCP signal injection, and specification of the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board. Figure A‐1. E-EDID/Low Frequency Control Board
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J1 is the primary attachment point for the low‐speed signals from the HDMI‐TPA‐H. J2 is the secondary attachment point for probing or for injecting HDCP signals. J3 is the HPD grounding connection. J4 is CEC switching connection. J5 is CEC grounding connection. J6 is the Power and return input for CEC. J7 is the Power and return input for HPD. J8 is the socket for the E‐EDID EE‐PROM. P a g e | 37 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure A‐2. E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board Schematic P a g e | 38 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure A‐3. E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board attached to a HDMI‐TPA‐H Plug for HEAC testing Figure A‐4. E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board utilizing the HEAC adapter cable assembly between the HDMI‐TPA‐H Plug and the EDID/Low Frequency Board for non‐HEAC testing P a g e | 39 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Table A-1. E-EDID/Low Frequency Control Board Electrical Specifications
SPECIFICATION MINIMUM TYPICAL MAXIMUM Vcc (V) 2.5 5.0 5.5 Required by EE‐PROM Icc (mA) 5.3 With EE‐PROM, SDA = SDC = 0V 3.1 HPD current (mA), Vhpd = 3.3V CEC current (uA), Vcec = 3.3V NOTES E­EDID/Low Frequency Control Board User Model This section documents using an external power supply for HPD and CEC, the use of the HPD and CEC circuitry for testing, and source testing of the E‐EDID per the CTS. Most tests require interaction with the E‐EDID to setup the HDMI protocol to the necessary state for testing. NOTE: The E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board does not provide for testing HDCP functionality. An external data generator must be used to test this functionality. The following are examples of tests that are from the CTS. They are included to explain the operation of the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board. They are not meant to replace the most recent version of the CTS. Please follow the requirements of the most recent version of the CTS. Within the HDMI Compliance Test Specification Version 1.4a, HPD testing is performed as follows: 
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For Cable testing, the HPD test is TEST ID 5‐12: HPD Detect signal. Two E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Boards can be used to connect Power on the Source side connector and to measure HPD at the Sink connector. No EEPROM is required for this test. For Source testing TEST ID 7‐12: Hot Plug Detect. For Sink testing TEST ID 8‐10: HPD Output Voltage and TEST ID 8‐11: HPD Output Resistance. NOTE: The HPD tests as indicated are non‐HEAC tests. For HEAC connected testing, the external data generator needs to fulfill the HPD tests or revert to a non‐HEAC test configuration. P a g e | 40 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure A‐5. E-EDID/Low Frequency Control Board connected for sink testing
Note that jumper J3 is connecting pins 2 to 3, this is the sink testing position for HPD. Also note that power is connected between VCC and CEC GND of the secondary connector. Exercise caution in setting the correct polarity of this power supply. In addition, the secondary connector, J2, signal SCL is used to clock out the DDC data on SDA. P a g e | 41 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure A‐6. E-EDID/Low Frequency Control Board connected for source testing
Note that jumper J3 is connecting pin 1 to 2, this is the source testing position for HPD. Also note that HPD power is connected to J7. Exercise caution in setting the correct polarity of this power supply. J7‐1 is DDC/CEC ground and J7‐2 is the HPD power source. The power supply connected to HPD input is adjusted during the course of the testing. The E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board has been designed to include the functionality of the TPA‐CEC‐R ‐‐ Quiescent CEC Electrical Test Fixture. Within the HDMI Compliance Test Specification Version 1.4a, CEC testing is performed as follows: 
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For Cable testing, TEST ID 5‐14: CEC communication. For Source testing TEST ID 7‐15: CEC Line degradation. CEC voltage measurements are taken with 1 Meg Ohm load to CEC GND, with 3.3V through 27k Ohms, with 1k Ohm load to CEC GND, with the divider created between the 3.3V 27k Ohms and the 1k Ohm to CEC GND. And then the current is measured with 3.63V through the 27k Ohms. For Sink testing TEST ID 8‐14: CEC Line Degradation. CEC voltage measurements are taken with 1 Meg Ohm load to CEC GND, with 3.3V through 27k Ohms, with 1k Ohm load to CEC GND, with the divider created between the 3.3V 27k Ohms and the 1k Ohm to CEC GND. And then the current is measured with 3.63V through the 27k Ohms. P a g e | 42 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure A‐7. Jumper positions that connect CEC with a 1 Meg Ohm resistor to DDC/CEC ground on the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board. Figure A‐8. Jumper positions that connect CEC with a 1k Ohm resistor to DDC/CEC ground on the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board. P a g e | 43 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Figure A‐9. Jumper positions for CEC power through the 27k Ohm resistor on the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board. Figure A‐10. Jumper positions for CEC power through the 27k Ohm resistor and 1k Ohm resistor to DDC/CEC ground on the E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board. P a g e | 44 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual E­EDID EE­PROM Table A-2. E-EDID EE-PROM Memory Map:
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VIC = 59, 720(1440) x 480 i 239.76/240Hz 16:9 VIC = 58, 720(1440) x 480 i 239.76/240Hz 4:3 VIC = 57, 720 x 480 p 239.76/240Hz 16:9 VIC = 56, 720 x 480 p 239.76/240Hz 4:3 VIC = 55, 720(1440) x 576 i 200Hz 16:9 VIC = 54, 720(1440) x 576 i 200Hz 4:3 VIC = 53, 720 x 576 p 200Hz 16:9 VIC = 52, 720 x 576 p 200Hz 4:3 VIC = 51, 720(1440) x 480 i 119.88/120Hz 16:9 VIC = 50, 720(1440) x 480 i 119.88/120Hz 4:3 VIC = 49, 720 x 480 p 119.88/120Hz 16:9 VIC = 48, 720 x 480 p 119.88/120Hz 4:3 VIC = 47, 1280 x 720 p 119.88/120Hz 16:9 VIC = 46, 1920 x 1080 i 119.88/120Hz 16:9 VIC = 45, 720(1440) x 576 i 100Hz 16:9 VIC = 44, 720(1440) x 576 i 100Hz 4:3 VIC = 43, 720 x 576 p 100Hz 16:9 VIC = 42, 720 x 576 p 100Hz 4:3 VIC = 41, 1280 x 720 p 100Hz 16:9 VIC = 40, 1920 x 1080 i 100Hz 16:9 VIC = 39, 1920 x 1080 i 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 38, 2880 x 576 p 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 37, 2880 x 576 p 50Hz 4:3 VIC = 36, 2880 x 480 p 59.94/60Hz 16:9 VIC = 35, 2880 x 480 p 59.94/60Hz 4:3 VIC = 34, 1920 x 1080 p 29.97/30Hz 16:9 VIC = 33, 1920 x 1080 p 25Hz 16:9 VIC = 32, 1920 x 1080 p 23.97/24Hz 16:9 VIC = 31, 1920 x 1080 p 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 30, 1440 x 576 p 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 29, 1440 x 576 p 50Hz 4:3 VIC = 28, (2880) x 288 p 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 27, (2880) x 288 p 50Hz 4:3 VIC = 26, (2880) x 576 i 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 25, ( 2880) x 576 i 50Hz 4:3 VIC = 24, 720(1440) x 288 p 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 23, 720(1440) x 288 p 50Hz 4:3 VIC = 22, 720(1440) x 576 i 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 21, 720(1440) x 576 i 50Hz 4:3 VIC = 20, 1920 x 1080 i 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 19, 1280 x 720 p 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 18, 720 x 576 p 50Hz 16:9 VIC = 17, 720 x 576 p 50Hz 4:3 VIC = 16, 1920 x 1080 p 59.94/60Hz 16:9 VIC = 15, 1440 x 480 p 59.94/60Hz 16:9 VIC = 14, 1440 x 480 p 59.94/60Hz 4:3 VIC = 13, (2880) x 240 p 59.94/60Hz 16:9 VIC = 12, (2880) x 240 p 59.94/60Hz 4:3 VIC = 11, (2880) x 480 i 59.94/60Hz 16:9 P a g e | 49 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual 
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IEEE registration ID: 0x000C03 Data block payload: CEC PA 1.0.0.0, 36‐bit, 30‐bit, deep YCbCr 4:4:4, DVI dual‐link not supported max TMDS clk: 340 MHz, Content Types: None, Latency: Not Present, Interlaced Latency: Not Present 3D present (HDMI_3D_LEN = 5), Image Size: no additional information 4K x 2K Support: 3840x2160 30Hz, 3840x2160 25Hz, 3840x2160 24Hz, 4096x2160 24Hz, General 3D Support on first 16 VIC entries: Frame Packing, Field Alternative, Line Alternative, Side‐by‐Side (Full), L + Depth, L + Depth +gfx + gfx‐depth, Side‐by‐Side (Half) Detailed 3D Declarations For VIC entry #05: Side‐by‐Side (Full), L + Depth +gfx + gfx‐depth, Frame Packing Number of native formats: 1 P a g e | 50 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D HDMI Type­A HEAC Test Adapter User Manual Index 1X‐THRU, 15 Cable Bend Limits, 6 Cable Losses, 15 Cable Tension (Pull Forces), 6 Cable Twisting (Torque), 6 Calibration, 13 Care and Handling, 6 CEC testing, 42 Cleaning, 8 Compliance WEEE, 35 Connections HDMI‐TPA‐H to DUT, 6 SMA, 7 Connector Shell Grounding, 4 Crosstalk errors, 14 DDC/CEC Signals +5V Power, 3 CEC, 3 DDC/CEC Return, 3 Ground, 3 SCL, 3 SDA, 3 de‐emphasis, 15 Directivity errors, 14 drift errors, 14 DUT, 14 E‐EDID EE‐PROM, 45 E‐EDID Reference Information, 37 E‐EDID User Model, 40 E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board, 3, 16, 37 Electrical Specifications, 20 Electrostatic Discharge Information (ESD), 9 environmental changes, 14 Errors Crosstalk, 14 Directivity, 14 drift, 14 Load Impedance Mismatching, 14 random, 14 Receiver Reflection‐tracking in Test Equipment, 14 Receiver Transmission in Test Equipment, 14 Source Impedance Mismatching, 14 ESD protection, 9 Figures Cable Connectors, 17 Calibration module, 13 E‐EDID attached to an HDMI‐TPA‐HP for HEAC testing, 39 E‐EDID attached to an HDMI‐TPA‐HP for non‐HEAC testing, 39 E‐EDID CEC jumper positions, 43, 44 E‐EDID connected for sink testing, 41 E‐EDID connected for source testing, 42 E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board, 16, 37 E‐EDID/Low Frequency Control Board Schematic, 38 The HDMI Type‐A HEAC Test Adapter (Plug), 3 The HDMI Type‐A HEAC Test Adapter (Recept.), 4 Glossary, 36 Group Delay, 15 Handling and Storage, 8 HDMI Compliance Test Specification, 3, 10, 40 HDMI Type‐A HEAC plug as a sink, 10 HDMI Type‐A HEAC plug as a source, 11 HDMI Type‐A HEAC Recepts. as source and sink, 12 HDMI‐TPA‐H Cable Pinout, 17 HDMI‐TPA‐HE, 16, 37 HEAC coaxial cable shields, 3 HEAC optional cable assembly, 4 HPD sink testing, 41 HPD source testing, 42 HPD testing, 40 Load Impedance Mismatching errors, 14 low‐speed connector, 4 Low‐Speed Connector Part Numbers, 4 Making Connections, 8 Mechanical and Environmental Specifications, 17 Molex Part Numbers, 4 pre‐emphasis, 15 Product Inspection, 5 product return, 5 pull force, 6, 7 random errors, 14 Receiver Reflection‐tracking in Test Equip. errors, 14 Receiver Transmission in Test Equipment errors, 14 secure storage, 5 SMA cables, 17 SOLT, 14 Source Impedance Mismatching errors, 14 Support, 34 Supporting Instrument Cables or Accessories, 7 Tables E‐EDID EE‐PROM Memory Map, 45 E‐EDID Electrical Specifications, 40 Electrical Specifications, 20 General Specifications, 17 HDMI Type‐A HEAC Plug & Recept. Pin Assignments, 19 HDMI‐TPA‐H Eight‐Position Cable Connector, 18 SMA Cable Connectors (High‐Speed), 18 Terms and Conditions of Sale, 34 test instrument noise, 14 test repeatability problems, 14 User Model Examples, 10, 11, 12 Visual Inspection, 8 Warranty, 33 Web Sites support@wilder‐tech.com, 33, 34 www.etechrecycling.com, 35 www.wilder‐tech.com, 33 WEEE, 35 P a g e | 51 © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D Visit our website at www.wilder‐tech.com Wilder Technologies, LLC 6101A East 18th Street Vancouver, WA 98661 Phone: 360‐859‐3041 Fax: 360‐859‐3105 www.wilder‐tech.com © 2010, 2011, 2012 Wilder Technologies, LLC Document No. 910‐0005‐000 Rev. D Created: 4/22/2010, Revised: 7/10/2012 
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