DVI cable - what is it made of?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by tedy, Mar 27, 2004.

  1. tedy

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    Does anyone know what kind of cable DVI is made of? Is it like the VGA cable with miniature co-ax cables soldered to certain pins ?or something else?
     
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    The DVI cables we supply conform to the DDWG standard, DVI-I uses 100 ohm differential impedance twisted pairs for digital and 75 ohm coaxial for analogue. DVI-D is the same without the analogue cables.

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