Concept

D-Terminal

Summary
The D-Terminal or D-tanshi (D端子) is a type of analog video connector found on Japanese consumer electronics, typically HDTV, DVD, Blu-ray, D-VHS and HD DVD devices. It was developed by the EIAJ (Electronic Industry Association of Japan) in its standard, RC-5237, for use in digital satellite broadcast tuners. In appearance it is a small flat trapezoidal connector, the same connector as the AAUI connector used by Apple Computer for some time to connect to ethernet. Some items sold outside Japan use the connector as well. Notable examples are Canon's XH-A1 DVC high-definition camcorder and Panasonic's AG-HVX200 DVCPro HD camcorder. D1~D5 types A D-Terminal connector carries a component video signal (YPBPR). A device with a D5 connector can understand and display the following video signals: *D1 480i (525i): 720 × 480 interlaced *D2 480p (525p): 720 × 480 progressive *D3 1080i (1125i): 1920 × 1080 interlaced *D4 720p (750p): 1280 × 720
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