High-Definition Multimedia Interface.A multimedia interface for audio-visual equipment that enables digital transmission of video and sound without compression.
Ferroelectric Random Access Memory (also referred to as FeRAM). Memory that uses ferroelectric film as a capacitor for storing data. Featuring advantages of both ROM and RAM devices, FRAM features high-speed access, low power consumption, and high endurance for numerous rewrites.
Extended Display Identification Data. A data structure standard as defined by the Video Electronics Standard Association (VESA), for data storage of display devices.
Display Data Channel. A transmission method standard as defined by the Video Electronics Standard Association (VESA), to read EDID.
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory. A non-volatile memory ROM that can electrically erase/read/write.
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Date: 12 November, 2007
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