ASUS demoing UWB HDMI connection system

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Tim Higgins

The ‘Wireless for HDMI’ products feature "non-line-of-sight operation"

and are claimed to work through walls and extend across multiple rooms with transmission quality "equal to that of wired solutions". The input from video devices can be HDMI, component video, and analog audio. The output to the HDTV is industry-standard HDMI. Full HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) compliance is supported, allowing protected content to be displayed to an authenticated display.

Tzero’s platform is based on standards from the WiMedia Alliance, delivers raw transmission speeds of up to 480 Mbps and is "guaranteed to coexist" with other WiMedia-compliant devices. Transmitted video data is compressed using Analog Devices’ ADV202 JPEG2000 video codec.

Pricing and availability were not given.

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