DIGITAL VISUAL INTERFACE
DVI is an acronym for Digital Visual Interface and
carriesuncompressed digital video
date to a display. When thesecables first came on the market in 1999, they were primarily usedfor connecting the computer monitor to the PC, but today, thesecables are now used for television set connection especially flatscreen TVs.
Digital Visual Interface is a video interface standard designed to maximizethe visual quality of digital display devices such as flat panel LCD computerdisplays and digital projectors.
It is developed by an industry consortium, the Digital Display WorkingGroup (DDWG).
It is designed for carrying uncompressed digital video data to a display.
Block Diagram of DVI system