Consumer Electronics Leaders Back Wireless HD Standard

July 24, 2008

Leaders in the world of consumer electronics Sony, Samsung, and others have come together to back a new wireless HD standard.  Washington (ChattahBox) – Leaders in the world of consumer electronics Sony, Samsung, and others have come together to back a new wireless HD standard.

The idea behind the new wireless HD standard is to rid of all video cables, allowing a set-top box to send HD video signals wireless to any TV in your house.

Sony and Samsung are joined by Motorola, Sharp, and Hitachi as all are working towards this new standard.

The standard is known as WHDI, as the technology comes from Amimon Ltd. of Israel.

The new standard WHDI, or Wireless Home Digital Interface, could lead to a complete change as to how home entertainment systems are set-up, and could rid of all those wires over time.


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