How screen mirroring works
How screen mirroring works
The wireless screen mirroring is a bridge to realize screen-screen interaction, which can be understood as the connection line that connects mobile phones, tablets, and computers to the large screen. Through wireless projection, meeting content, multimedia files, game images, movies, and video images can be displayed on the other screen for interaction without the need for various connections, freeing from shackles and enjoying a faster and more free projection experience.
Wireless screen mirroring
How the wireless screen mirroring works
A wireless screen mirror is generally composed of two parts: the sending end and the receiving end box.
To put it simply, one of the wireless screen mirrors receives and sends to complete the point-to-point multi-screen interaction, free from the shackles of cables.
The sender is compatible with the Miracast protocol of the Android system, the Airplay screen mirroring protocol of the Apple IOS system, and the DLNA protocol for streaming media push.
After passing through the wireless screen mirroring, our sending end device (mobile phone, tablet, computer) can be used as the sending end as long as it supports any screen projection protocol.
And some devices do not support the projection protocol, so wireless screen mirroring device manufacturers have developed USB, HDMI, and sender APP as the sender for wireless projection.
USB, HDMI, and sender APP have better compatibility.
As long as the device has a USB, HDMI signal output interface, or a smart device that can install software, it can be used.
The receiving end is mainly connected to a large screen using HDMI and VGA interfaces.
The current mainstream wireless screen mirrors can be used as long as the large screen has an HDMI or VGA signal input interface.
AWIND is also developed with APP receiver, even if it is a device without HDMI or VGA signal input interface, as long as APP software can be installed, it can also be implemented as a display screen.
Wireless screen mirror
1. The consumer-grade wireless screen mirroring is connected to the TV through the HDMI cable, and the sender supports the Miracast protocol, Airplay screen mirroring protocol, and streaming media push DLNA protocol to meet the viewing needs of home users.
Consumer-grade wireless screen mirrors are inexpensive and carry relatively few functions.
2. The professional wireless screen mirroring is connected to the large screen through HDMI or VGA. The sender is compatible with Miracast protocol, Airplay screen mirroring protocol, streaming media push DLNA protocol, and is equipped with exclusive USB, HDMI, APP software, etc. This kind of sender can satisfy the use of different devices such as business meetings and multimedia teaching.
A professional wireless screen mirroring device has many functions and needs to meet complex business meetings and teaching use, and the price is relatively high.
Wireless projection technology has been closely related to our lives, providing more convenience for work and entertainment.
There are currently many wireless screen mirroring products of multiple brands on the market, but the product positioning of different wireless screen mirroring devices is different.
These products are mainly divided into “consumer wireless screen mirroring device” and “professional wireless screen mirroring device” “These two categories.
AWIND is a professional wireless screen mirroring manufacturer with a history of 17 years.