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1. Cable's been around a long time, but is it still going to be relevant in the future?

Absolutely! Cable will continue to offer the latest television entertainment around for the best possible price. However, we are changing all the time to offer you even more communications services. In the future, Cable will offer High Speed internet services, telephone service, expanded Pay-Per-View movies and events, and digital video and audio services.

2. What the main types of common cables according to its use?

We can divide cables into several kinds according to its use, such as naked cables, insulating cables, heat-resistant cables, shielded cables, power cables, control cables, communication cables, radio-frequency cables ect.

3. What the function of the protective covering of cables?

 The function of the protective covering of cables is to protect inner jacket from mechanical damage and chemical etching and to enhance mechanical strength.

4. Which types of cable do you recommend?

It’s really hard to say, because all the cables have their advantages, they can be used in different solutions. To get a high flexibility we recommend the most suitable types for you.

5. What are production of the cable termination head or middle connector of insulating materials?

Include insulation, insulation tape, insulation tube, insulating gloves, insulating resin and so on.

6. What is HDMI?

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is the first and only industry-supported, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. 
HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports 8-channel, 192kHz, uncompressed digital audio and all currently-available compressed formats (such as Dolby Digital and DTS), new lossless digital audio formats Dolby
, True-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

7. What are the advantages of HDMI over existing analog interfaces such as composite, S-video and component video?

Quality: HDMI provides the best quality of the video since there are no lossy analog to digital conversions as are required for all analog connections (such as component or S-video). 
Ease-of-use: HDMI combines video and multi-channel audio into a single cable, This is particularly beneficial when equipment is being upgraded or added. 
Intelligence: HDMI supports two-way communication between the video source (such as a DVD player) and the DTV, automatically deliver the most effective format (e.g 480p vs 720p, 16:9 vs 4:3) 
HD Content-Ready: HDMI devices supporting HDCP have access to premium HD content.

8. What is the difference between DVI and HDMI? Is HDMI backward compatible with DVI (Digital Visual Interface)?

(1)HDMI is DVI with the addition of: 
   .Audio (up to 8-channels uncompressed) 
   .Smaller Connector 
   .Support for YUV Color Space 
   .CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) 
   .CEA-861B Info
Frames 

(2)Yes, HDMI is fully backward compatible with DVI compliant devices.

9. What is the new HDMI STANDARD which is effective in Jan 2012?

From HDMI Licensing, LLC, HDMI version numbers will not allowed in the labeling, packing , or promotion. That is to say, version numbers are to be phased out of marketing use by January 1, 2012. 
Going forward, HDMI Licensing is requiring that every HDMI cable must be clearly marked as one of five HDMI cable types.
  .Standard HDMI Cable – supports data rates up to 1080i/60;
  .High Speed HDMI Cable – supports data rates beyond 1080p, including Deep Color and all 3D formats of the new 1.4 specification;
  .Standard HDMI Cable with Ethernet – includes Ethernet connectivity;
  .High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet – includes Ethernet connectivity;

10. What is the difference between a “Standard” HDMI cable and “High Speed” HDMI cable?

HDMI Licensing, LLC announced that cables would be tested as Standard or High-Speed cables.
Standard (or “category 1”) HDMI cables have been tested to perform at speeds of 75Mhz or up to 2.25Gbps, which is the equivalent of a 720p/1080i signal. 
High Speed (or “category 2”) HDMI cables have been tested to perform at speeds of 340Mhz or up to 10.2Gbps, which is the highest bandwidth currently available over an HDMI cable and can successfully handle 1080p signals including those at increased color depths and/or increased refresh rates from the Source. High-Speed cables are also able to accommodate higher resolution displays, such as WQXGA cinema monitors (resolution of 2560 x 1600).

11. What products or applications take advantage of new HDMI 1.3 capabilities?

According to announcements by manufacturers, new high-definition DVD formats (HD-DVD and Blue-ray) and game machines (including the Sony PLAYSTATION? 3) ; Digital televisions which include LCD TVs, plasma displays and rear projection microdisplays will be able to present images that are closer to real life than previously are all make use of capabilities added in HDMI 1.3.

12. Are new HDMI versions compatible with previous versions?

Yes, all versions of HDMI are backwards compatible with all of the previous versions of HDMI. Backwards compatible means that the newest version will also work with any previous versions, ensuring that older electronic components will also be able to be connected.

13. What are the mainly performance should the insulating materials of power cable have?

They should have performance as below: (1) high disruption ability, (2) low dielectric loss ,(3)high insulation resistance, (4) nice performance of discharge, (5) fairly flexibility and mechanical strength, (6) the performance of insulation must be long term stability.

14. Where are the parts of the inside shield and outer shield of the power cable? What materials are they? Whar functions are they?

For the better touch of insulation layer and connector, The elimination of the conductor surface is not smooth due to the conductor surface electric field strength increases, Usually in the conductor coated with a metalized paper or the inside of the semiconductor tape shield. In order to make insulation and metal jacket good contact, and general appearance of bread in the insulating layer have the outer layer of shielding. The same screen on the outside layer and the internal display layer of material, sometimes outside bar copper tape or braided copper wire with.

15.What is a Crossover cable?

A crossover cable is a network cable that is terminated differently on one end (green and orange pairs switched). This cable is used to connect two computers together without a switch. It is also used to directly access some network hardware.

16.What is RJ45?

RJ45 (registered jack 45) is the name of the connector used on computer networking cables. Another industry name for the RJ45 connector is 8P8C: short for "eight positions, eight conductors." This is a picture of a male RJ45 connector.

17. What is USB?

The acronym “USB” is short for the term Universal Serial Bus, a hardware interface that was developed so that peripheral devices like computer mice, keyboards, printers, digital cameras, scanners, PDA's and MP3 players can be easily connected to PCS.

18.How many groups that USB can be classified into?

It can be classified into three different bandwidth groups: USB 1.1, which transfers data at a maximum rate of 1.5 Mbit per second, and USB 2.0, with a 480 Mbit per second data transfer rate, and USB 3.0, with a transmission speed of up to 5 Gbit/s,  which is 10 times faster than USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/s).

19. Why coaxial cable use Foil/Braid Shielding?

In coaxial applications, Foil/Braid shielding is an important part of the overall composition of the cable. Shielding not only protects the loss of signal in high frequency application, but also helps to prevent EMI (electromagnetic interference) and RFI (radio frequency interference) in the circuit.

20. How to choose an HDMI cable?

When searching for an HDMI Cable, several features are essential to guarantee prime performance. These essential features include the wire gauge (AWG) used in the cable design, the type of HDMI connectors installed on the cable, and the type of cable jacket used. 
With the release of the HDMI 1.4 specification, there are now five HDMI cable types to choose from, these are: Standard HDMI Cable, Standard HDMI Cable with Ethernet, Standard Automotive HDMI Cable, High Speed HDMI Cable, and High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet.

21.Do you provide any other services for cable customization?

Of course! NQ Cables provides a wide range of value-added services for cables that are either custom made or bought from stock. These services include dyeing to custom colors, striping, cut and strip, twisting, paralleling, and more. With these services, you can easily customize your cable to meet all of your branding, identification, and installation needs.

22. Can I return my custom cable if I don't like it?

Refunds are unavailable for custom cable builds, regardless of whether the order is canceled or the cable is returned. Please be aware of this when ordering your custom cable. This is why we will work closely to get you the exact cable you are looking for, from the beginning. 

23.Can you ship what I want right away?

While most orders can be shipped immediately, some cables have a couple days of build time. We offer a huge variety of configurations and most need to be made to order. The standard and base models of are almost always ready to go however.

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