A HDMI cable transmits audio and video signals, making it simple to connect an entire system. The latest generation of cables offer greater durability, support for all forms of 4K Ultra HD (2160p), and additional features such as built-in Ethernet technology. These high-speed cables are retro-compatible.
There are five sorts of connector utilized with HDMI. Type A and B are the most common connectors and have been launched with the initial standard. Since then, type C, D and E have been introduced to meet specific needs.
HDMI Type A connector: 13.9 mm × 4.45 mm (male connector) and f 14 mm × 4.55 mm (female connector)
HDMI Type B connector: 21.2 mm × 4.45 mm; 29 pins
HDMI Type C connector: 10.42 mm × 2.42 mm; 19 pins
HDMI Type D connector: 6.4 mm × 2.8 mm; 19 pins
HDMI Type E connector: This was introduced with HDMI Version 1.4. and was designed for automotive applications.
The assortment of HDMI cable connectors guarantees that the HDMI standard can be effectively utilized in many distinctive ways and they can accommodate the prerequisites of users of the numerous applications for which HDMI is utilized.