Today we will tell you very good and very important information in this post, this information is very important for all of us to know because many people do not know much about this information. And many times you will also think to know about this kind of information, as you all will know when we want to see our computer or laptop on the big screen.
So for that, we use the Display Adapter. And in today’s time, many different types of display adapters come. Whether it is RCA, VGA, DVI, HDMI, DISPLAYPORT, and THUNDERBOLT any of these types, but how do all these adapters work.
And for which device they are used, many people do not know about them, so many times we are not able to get a good display adapter for our device. So today in this post we will give you complete information about all these.
What are the types of Display Adapter?
In today’s time, we will get to see many different Display Adapter and all of them are used in different devices like RCA, VGA, DVI, HDMI, DISPLAYPORT, and Apple, etc. Display Adapter is available. So below, we will tell you in detail about all these one by one, see
First, let us talk. Regarding RCA port, we get to see it on CD or DVD player, etc. With which we connect CD or DVD player with TV. And it has three color connectors. Which has white yellow and red color connectors? And in this white and red control the voice. And the yellow connector controls the video. Its main function is that it supports analog signal which has a maximum 480-pixel resolution.
It is also the most commonly used adapter and today we can easily see it on a PC computer or laptop. Which has been used for a long time but is rarely seen in newcomers. Because it has been replaced
with DVI, HDMI, the VGA adapter you see in blue is 15 pins inside it. And it also supports analog signals only.
This Doctor Vijay came 15 years after the launch by Doctor IBN and it first came in 1999 as its name suggests that it is visual, then it supports Visual Single so if you connect a device to the TV. We do. So for audio, you have to use mono only separately DVI supports digital signal. DVI supports digital signals. There are three types of DVI. DVI-I, DVI-D, DVI-A
It is also called DVI analog. Because it supports the analog system. And its biggest advantage is that older devices are. Those who support BJP. And if you use DVI-A over there. So both support the analog system. That’s why DVI-A was used after DVI on the big screen, but in today’s time, you will see very little DVI-A adapter because now DVI-D DVI-I is being used instead of DVI-A.
DVI-D stands for Digital Signal Support. DVI – I mean Integration Signal Support. In which DVI-D also supports digital signal. And also supports analog signals. And apart from this, there are two types of DVI – I, DVI-D. Which are single links and dual-link? If we talk about the difference between these two, then the difference is the single link DVI-D and DVI-I connector. He transfers data at a speed of around 3.9 Gbps and dual-link DVI-D and DVI-I connectors. He transfers data at a speed of about 7.9 Gbps. So if you use a single link DVI-D and DVI-I connector. Then dual-link DVI-D and DVI-I will transfer data at a higher speed than single-link DVI-D and DVI-I connector.
We get to see three different ways in which HDMI-A which we get to watch in big LED TVs etc. comes on second number HDMI-C which is also called MINI HDMI. We get to see this on a tablet or laptop etc. And in the third number, HDMI-D is also called Micro HDMI. We get to see this in the latest mobile etc. And we get it easily in the market. And in today’s time, we use the current version of HDMI. It transfers DATA at a speed of 10Gbps. With HDMI-2 we can transfer data at a speed of about Gbps.
This PORT is also very similar to HDMI as we can also transfer both audio and video. And this display board also supports digital signals. And now the display PORT we use. That display is PORT 1.2. Which can transfer data at a maximum speed of 17.2 Gbps? Its next version 1.4 which also supports 4K and 8K video, but HDMI and DISPLAYPORT are made by two different companies. That is why we also use HDMI in LED etc. at home. Or even use it on your laptop or tablet. To see the screen of your device on the big screen, and DISPLAYPORT is mostly seen in big companies or banks, etc.
This we mostly see in Apple’s device but it was made by intel but Apple launched it in their device and its biggest advantage is that THUNDERBOLT can transfer more data than DISPLAYPORT. And if we talk about the THUNDERBOLT 1 ?? and 2 versions, we can transfer data at a maximum speed of 20Gbps. And if we talk about THUNDERBOLT 4, then we can transfer data at a speed of 40Gbps. And we get to see this in advanced and high-level devices.
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