- May 04, 2017 -
The function of the VGA distributor is to process the video signal of a signal source and then allocate two or more identical signals. A major application of the higher-resolution video allocation amplifier is that the signal received from a computer video port is amplified and the signal is allocated to two or more high-resolution data display devices in the case of the quality of the original signal. The allocation amplifier simultaneously provides the signal peak and the level adjustment and the equalization and so on amplification and enhancement function. Each output on the allocation amplifier is buffered, so the clarity and intensity of the original signal can still be preserved when the signal is allocated. Depending on the source of the signal in the selection of the Distributor, you need to consider the following elements: What is the type of signal source to be allocated, VGA signal or video signal? How many routes are needed, how far is the signal transmission distance? Typically, you need to use a allocator when you need to display applications from the same signal source images with multiple projectors or monitors, for example, with a distributor that converts the VGA output of most computers to two, four, eight, or more.
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