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MICRO HDMI and MINI HDMI are different?

MICRO HDMI and MINI HDMI are different?
Issue Time:2019-05-05
MICRO HDMI and MINI HDMI are different?
MICRO HDMI
MICRO HDMI and MINI HDMI are different?
Both are plug and play multimedia cables, but the MINI HDMI is much smaller than the MINI HDMI and is used to connect small devices such as mobile phones and Mp4.
MICRO HDMI
MICRO HDMI - D connector
The hdmi-d miniature connector is the world's smallest standard output/input interconnection product, capable of continuously delivering high-definition video and image signals from digital cameras and mobile devices to flat panel displays. The surface paste welding socket adopts different paste welding methods: one end with hdmi-d type plug, the other end with A type plug high-speed switching cable, there are A variety of cable length and wire gauge to choose from; And an adapter cable with an hdmi-d plug at one end and an a-socket at the other end.

MICRO HDMI
Joint structure
Commonly known as Micro HDMI, Micro HDMI is defined as version 1.4 of HDMI, which maintains the standard 19pin of HDMI. However, its size is similar to the interface of Micro USB, with the size of 2.8mm 6.4mm, much smaller than mini HDMI (2.42mm 10.42mm), and it is mainly used in some small mobile devices, such as mobile phones, MP4 and so on.

A standard HDMI plug on one end and a Micro HDMI(D type) phone on the other.

MICRO HDMI
HDMI cable
HDMI cable, short for high definition multimedia interface wire, can transmit high quality uncompressed hd video and multichannel audio data with a maximum data transmission speed of 5Gbps. At the same time, digital/analog or analog/digital conversion is not required before signal transmission, which can ensure the highest quality of video and audio signal transmission.

HDMI cables support a data rate of 5Gbps and can transmit up to 30 meters, enough to handle a 1080p video and an 8-channel audio signal. Because a 1080p video and an 8-channel audio signal require less than 4GB/s, the HDMI cable has plenty of room. This allows it to connect the DVD player, receiver and PRR separately with a cable. In addition, HDMI supports EDID and DDC2B. Therefore, devices with HDMI have the characteristics of "plug and play". There will be automatic "negotiation" between signal source and display device, and the most suitable video/audio format will be selected automatically.