Video over IP

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Video over IP is a solution for wireless image transmission in a larger company or building, whereby the respective computer does not have to be connected to the monitor or has to be nearby. It stands for. B. a computer in a server room this computer sends the image signal via a DVI cable to a transmitter. The sender then packs the signal in a TCP / IP packet and sends it via the local network to the respective receiver that is connected behind the monitor. The receiver then converts the IP packet back into a normal image signal and transmits the whole thing to the monitor, which then outputs the transmitted image signal as a normal image again.


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