Self-Healing Cable Introduced By Honeywell
Honeywell this week introduced a new HDMI digital cable- the first cable of its kind to self-correct data signal corruption in order to preserve high-definition pictures. The product, using a technology called CURxE Light, is aimed both at the consumer market, and at installers looking to troubleshoot the HDMI interface.
Signals between high-definition devices can often become corrupted, and the new Honeywell cables are aimed at correcting the problem. They do it via a special chip that “cures” corrupted data, while adding “light” in order to allow monitoring of the interface.
No information has been released on brand name, price or release date for the cable.