HDMI Distribution Over Networks
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The HDMI to CAT6 Distribution system splits an HDMI signal into any number mirrored (the same) outputs without signal loss upwards of 300 feet.
HDTV Supply's WolfPack HDMI distribution over networks refers to the process of transmitting high-definition audio and video signals from a source device to multiple display devices over an Ethernet network. This technology allows for the centralization and efficient distribution of HDMI content throughout a facility or home.
Features of HDMI Distribution Over Networks include:
High-definition video and audio: HDMI distribution over networks supports the transmission of high-quality video and audio signals, including Full HD (1080p), as well as stereo audio.
Network scalability: The WolfPack distribution system can be easily scaled to accommodate multiple source devices and display devices, allowing for flexible configurations to suit the needs of the installation. New display devices can be added to the network without significant reconfigurations.
IR Control from the TVs: With HDMI distribution over networks, control of the source devices is by IR allowing for easier management and operation.
Long-distance transmission: HDMI signals can be transmitted over long distances using standard Ethernet cabling, which simplifies installation and reduces the need for additional dedicated cabling infrastructure. The transmission distance can be extended further by utilizing more network switches.
Multicast support: The technology typically supports multicast transmission, enabling the distribution of content to multiple display devices simultaneously. This is particularly useful in scenarios where the same content needs to be displayed on multiple screens, such as in digital signage applications or conference rooms.
EDID management: Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) is crucial for establishing communication between the source devices and display devices. HDMI distribution systems often include EDID management features that ensure proper communication and compatibility between the devices, even when using different resolutions or display capabilities.
Secure transmission: Our WolfPack HDMI distribution system provides encryption and security features to protect the content being transmitted over the network. This ensures that the audio and video signals are not intercepted or accessed by unauthorized individuals.
Flexibility and versatility: HDMI distribution over networks offers flexibility in terms of device placement and configuration. It allows for the distribution of content to multiple displays located in different rooms or areas, providing a versatile solution for various applications, including residential, commercial, educational, or hospitality environments.