What is Screen Mirroring
Screen mirroring, also called screen sharing, is simply the process of replicating a phone, laptop, tablet or computer screen onto a TV screen. Screen mirroring can be useful in an office setting as well as at home.
There are two general methods to screen mirroring. Wired connections offer a straight-forward and reliable solution for screen mirroring. At the same time, your device is then limited by being tethered to the TV. There are also devices that eliminate the need for cables and offer wireless screen mirroring.
BJ62S is a wireless display devices developed by BiJie Networks, which is mainly used in enterprises and education.
How it Works
Wired screen mirroring involves the use of an HDMI cable that connects your device to a TV. If your laptop or computer has an available HDMI port, then sharing screen is as simple as connecting one end of an HDMI cable to your TV and the other end to your computer. Since computers are becoming more and more compact, some laptops don’t have an HDMI port. In this case HDMI adapters may be available that work with your device. Always check your device specifications before purchasing the necessary cables and adapters.
Wireless screen mirroring offers the same result as a wired connection, like an MHL cable. The difference is that no cables are required to connect your mobile device to your TV. Instead, many mobile devices today have wireless display technology built right in to them, like Miracast. Then all you need is a compatible smart TV, or a wireless display adapter that plugs in to a TV; either one of these will receive the wireless signal from your mobile device.