wireless high definition

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wireless high definition

The short-range transmission of 1080p video over the air to eliminate cables between A/V equipment, such as from a Blu-ray player to a TV. Also called "HDMI streaming" and "wireless HDMI," various technologies are used. However, unlike Wi-Fi, which is omnidirectional, these video transmission methods either require or work best with an open line of sight between sender and receiver. See WHDI, WiGig and WirelessHD.

Wireless Audio
The term may also be applied to the short-range wireless transmission of audio from an amplifier to speakers. In contrast to point-to-point wireless video, in order to automatically identify as well as transmit to surround sound speakers located around the room, wireless audio must be omnidirectional. See WiSA.
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The 1080p projectors are engineered with smart features which includes PortAll, an integrated compartment supporting a MHL/HDMI port that allows users to wirelessly stream multimedia content via an optional wireless HDMI dongle such as ViewSonic's WPG-300 dongle for wireless streaming from mobile devices, notebooks or PCs.
a large electronics manufacturer, over the delivery of defective wireless HDMI devices.
A handy but pricey wireless HDMI adaptor is also available for an additional PS200, which frees you from the clutter of wires.
We have just started with our MediaHub Mini, which everyone will get to try in the Hotel Show, and very soon, we will have the wireless HDMI, wireless Qi charging and Wi-Fi access points.
Customers who pre-order will also receive a free HTC Media Link HD wireless HDMI adaptor that allows for wireless content sharing from a HTC One handset to a HD TV.
The display has wide-viewing angles and the ability to connect to a TV wire-free with the aid of an optional wireless HDMI adapter, Media Link HD.
This year in Las Vegas, Nevada at Consumer Electronics Show, Atlona announced a release of its new Wireless HDMI HD audio/video system which is designed to transmit HD signal for up to 40 feet.
Part media streamer, part Kinect-style navigation device, it sends HD content up to 25metres from your PC to your telly via wireless HDMI.
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Re-using the technology for wireless HDMI streaming can effectively reduce the overall bill of materials.
Based on the AL6000 Ultrawideband Wireless Chipset, Alereon's UWB performance and use of unused wireless spectrum is especially important to applications such as wireless monitors that require guaranteed throughput with low latency for video performance, such as wireless HDMI cable replacement or Android handset to monitor or HDTV or specialty industrial applications.
Only AT&T offers a free** HTC Media Link HD wireless HDMI adaptor*** (a $90 value), which lets you wirelessly share content from your phone to your HD television.