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[qi:_newteevee] Israeli chip startup Animon, which is pushing a form of whole-home, uncompressed wireless HD, has teamed up with Sony, Samsung, Sharp, Hitachi and Motorola to create the WHDI special interest group. Animon already has products out on the market to offer wireless HD using the […]

[qi:_newteevee] Israeli chip startup Animon, which is pushing a form of whole-home, uncompressed wireless HD, has teamed up with Sony, Samsung, Sharp, Hitachi and Motorola to create the WHDI special interest group. Animon already has products out on the market to offer wireless HD using the same 5 GHz spectrum used by Wi-Fi. But the SIG should give both the company and its technology a boost as it fights off rival wireless HD standards and attempts to make delivering content from PCs to TVs easier. To read more about the technology and how it could cause problems for ISPs, check out our coverage on NewTeeVee.

  1. [...] While some may argue that videophiles will choose a specialized standard such as WirelessHD or WHDI, plain old Wi-Fi will likely work for most people, and won’t require the average consumer to [...]

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  2. [...] and Amimon’s WHDI standard, which are both targeted at transmitting uncompressed wireless HD video (but can do other high-data [...]

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