DENSO has joined the HDBaseT Alliance, the cross-industry group tasked with promoting and advancing the HDBaseT standard, as a Contributor member. HDBaseT is the global standard for the transmission of ultra-high-definition video & audio, Ethernet, controls, USB and up to 100W of power over a single unshielded twisted pair cable (UTP) for up to 100 m/328 ft.
For automotive, HDBaseT can be transmitted over a single unshielded twisted pair (UTP), for up to 15m/50ft, or any other commonly used media (such as STP, HSD, coaxial and fiber).
The HDBaseT Alliance, with more than 200 members today, advances and promotes HDBaseT as the standard for wired connectivity, both for the professional audio-visual and automotive sectors.
DENSO has also joined the Alliance’s Automotive Work Group, which is responsible for leading the standardization of HDBaseT Automotive technology. The Work Group is tasked with the development and establishment of the standard—from identification and mapping of infotainment, ADAS, cybersecurity, and networking requirements to drafting and publishing the specifications.
The HDBaseT Alliance was founded in 2010 by LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Valens.