The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) has released a new white paper titled HDMI Installation Best Practices. The document covers best practices in HDMI distribution, including topics such as how to pull HDMI cables and basic HDMI tests. The paper also gives an overview of common interoperability issues. HDMI Installation Best Practices is the third document in CEDIA’s series of white papers on the topic of HDMI. Previous documents included Introduction to HDMI and HDMI Design and Initialization Sequence. All three documents are available through the CEDIA Marketplace free of charge to CEDIA members or priced at $9.99 each for non-members. “The HDMI Installation Best Practices white paper will help CEDIA members and industry professionals execute HDMI installations properly from the outset in order to achieve the best results,” said CEDIA Senior Director of Technology Dave Pedigo. The HDMI Design and Initialization Sequence white paper was developed by CEDIA’s Technology Council, which works to help CEDIA members identify opportunities surrounding emerging and future technologies. Additional white papers on timely and relevant technology topics will be released throughout 2011.