Display port

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What is DisplayPort™?

DisplayPort is designed to recognize and support HDMI devices through conversion cables, just like it does for other earlier video interfaces such as DVI and VGA. Connect DisplayPort™ to the following:

What are the different types of display ports?

1 DisplayPort 1.2: Supports up to 4K at 60Hz, some 1.2a ports may also support AMDs FreeSync 2 DisplayPort 1.3: Supports up to 4K at 120Hz or 8K at 30Hz 3 DisplayPort 1.4: Supports up to 8K at 60Hz and HDR 4 DisplayPort 2.0 (currently slated for late 2020): Supports 16K with HDR at 60Hz and 10K without HDR at 80Hz

What is the maximum size of DisplayPort?

Технология, реализованная в DisplayPort, позволяет передавать одновременно как графические, так и аудиосигналы. Основное отличие от HDMI — чуть более широкий канал для передачи данных (10,8 Гбит/с вместо 10,2 Гбит/с). Максимальная длина кабеля DisplayPort составляет 15 метров .

How do I Connect Connect DisplayPort™ to my Device?

Connect DisplayPort™ to the following: There are many DisplayPort-to-HDMI protocol converters on the market, and they are available with a native DisplayPort Plug or USB-C plug. Some USB docking stations also include an HDMI output. They have built-in DisplayPort to HDMI converters that serve that purpose.

What is DP (DisplayPort)?

DisplayPort ( DP) is a digital display interface developed by a consortium of PC and chip manufacturers and standardized by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). The interface is primarily used to connect a video source to a display device such as a computer monitor, and it can also carry audio, USB, and other forms of data.

What is an example of a DisplayPort?

Examples of external applications for DisplayPort include display connections between PCs, monitors, and projectors. DisplayPort is also suitable for connectivity between high definition content applications such as optical disc players, mobile devices, personal video recorders, and TVs.

What is a Mini DisplayPort?

The Mini DisplayPort (MiniDP or mDP) is a miniaturized and less common version of the DisplayPort audio-visual digital interface. It was announced by Apple in October 2008, and by early 2013 all new Apple Macintosh computers had the port, [2] as did the LED Cinema Display .

What is the history of DisplayPort?

Origins of DisplayPort In late 2003, Dell brought together a group of leading PC, graphics, and semiconductor companies to plan a new digital display interface standard. The standard had to meet future demands on the interface and had to reduce display cost and complexity.

What monitor ports are most common? HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB-C™ are the most common types of monitor ports and cables, and you’ll find them on the majority of modern displays. However, there are legacy options available as well, such as VGA and DVI, that you may need to connect to older devices.

What are the different types of DisplayPort cables?

What is the maximum length of DisplayPort cable?

The longer the cable or the more data (higher resolution) you try to push through it, the more likely the signal will weaken and suffer from errors and interference. The maximum length of a passive DisplayPort cable is at least 15 meters/33 feet.

What resolution does DisplayPort support?

In a broad sense, DisplayPort supports just about every mainstream resolution that you might care about, from 30Hz, right up to 240Hz.

Do all DisplayPort cables support the same features?

All features of DisplayPort will function across any DisplayPort cable. DisplayPort does not have multiple cable designs; all DP cables have the same basic layout and wiring, and will support any feature including audio, daisy-chaining, G-Sync / FreeSync, HDR, and DSC. DisplayPort cables differ in their transmission speed support.

What are the maximum limits of DisplayPort for DSC?

On displays which do not support DSC, the maximum limits are unchanged from DisplayPort 1.3 (4K 120 Hz, 5K 60 Hz, 8K 30 Hz). DisplayPort version 1.4a was published in April 2018. VESA made no official press release for this version.

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