Avenview has been performing a wide range of tests in our Research and Development Department to ensure that our end users will be satisfied with the ever changing and evolving market. This why we have now entered into the battle of WIRELESS devices. Our range of products will be able to integrate into any solution: Boardrooms, Auditoriums, Classrooms, Retail Stores, Military and most importantly Medical. We have adopted two mainstream standards, WIHD and WHDI. WirelessHD Consortium, which consists of leading technology and consumer electronics (CE) companies, has developed and now promots the first industry-standard next-generation wireless digital interface specification for consumer electronics (PC and portable products). Specifically, WirelessHD enables wireless streaming of High-Definition (HD) audio, video and data between source devices (e.g., DVRs and gaming consoles) and displays (e.g., HDTVs and monitors).
WirelessHD’s promoter companies have historically been responsible for creating the world’s most successful consumer electronics standards. Based on that experience, this group is promoting rapid adoption, standardization and multi-vendor interoperability of WirelessHD technology worldwide.
The WirelessHD specification is the first and only wireless digital interface to successfully combine lossless HD video, multi-channel audio, intelligent format and control data, and Hollywood-approved content protection. For end-users, elimination of audio and video cables dramatically simplifies home theater system installation and eliminates the traditional need to locate source devices like Blu-ray players, set-top boxes or game consoles near the TV. Now, the TV can be hung on the wall without drilling holes or worrying about running audio and video cables to it. WirelessHD adapter products are available today to bridge existing non-wireless systems into this new WirelessHD world.
The WirelessHD specification has been architected and optimized for wireless display connectivity, achieving high-speed data rates of 10 – 28 gigabits/sec (“Gbps”) for the consumer electronics, personal computing and portable device segments permitting it to scale to higher resolutions, color depths, color gamut ranges and refresh rates.
The development of several new technologies in the 60 GHz RF band has made it possible to bring low cost and higher performance wireless multimedia systems, with superior image quality, to consumers. The key characteristics that focal technologies include:
- Superior interoperability supported by major CE device manufacturers
- Lossless HD video, audio and data transmission, scalable to future high-definition A/V formats
- Multi-gigabit wireless audio, video and data streaming in the unlicensed 60 GHz millimeter wave band
- Smart antenna technology to allow for flexible placement of WirelessHD components within a room
- Hollywood approved content protection with DTCP and HDCP2.0 over WirelessHD technology, meaning WirelessHD systems will have full access to the most important premium digital content
- Device control for simple operations of a network of WirelessHD-enabled products from the TV remote control
WHDI revolutionizes the home multimedia experience by wirelessly delivering interactive HD video from any device to any display. It gives consumers convenience and flexibility to connect HDTVs wirelessly to video sources such as Notebooks, mobile phones, set-top boxes and Blu-ray players.
WHDI is the only viable solution for connecting any mobile device to the TV. The technology enables wireless delivery of uncompressed HDTV throughout the home with video rates of up to 1080p in the 5Ghz unlicensed band. It surpasses competitive technologies by providing outstanding and consistent picture quality equivalent to wired HDMI™ cable, low latency, multi-room availability and low power consumption.