Intel- the WiDi
WiDi of Intel
Intel has launched WiDi technology (Wireless Display) Which enables customers to wirelessly transmitt high definition (HD) video and images from PC to HD television (HDTV). Intel informs that, WiDi tecnology will be integrated into moblie devices like laptops, smartphone, tablet PCs and oter portable devices
WiDi technology uses Wi-Fi 802.11n standard of Intel which will be initiated on laptop using processors (CPUs) Core i5 and i3 – that promisingly provide new solutions to Home Theater and Multimedia PC market.
In order to display the content playing from the laptop to a HD TV (HDTV), laptops are required to support Core or Core i3 i5, Intel Centrino wireless with Intel MyWiFi technology which is installed with Intel Wireless Display software and Intel Wireless Display adapter to receive the signal from the computer before displaying on TV. This adapter is connected to the TV via HDMI or standard AV cable.
At the moment, common applications of the WiDi technology are transferring display content from laptop screen to HDTV screen. Besides adapter Push2TV of Netgear, big notebook vendors like Dell, Sony and Toshiba have quickly unveiled new devices supporting this interesting Intel WiDi.
Wireless Home Digital Interface Consortium has just completed specified video performance with 1080p/60Hz resolution over the 5 GHz frequency. AMIMON is one of the first members to develop this technology along with a group of consumer electronics companies (Hitachi, LG Electronics, Motorola, Samsung, Sharp and Sony).
WHDI technology supports speeds up to 3Gbps in distances up to 30 meters, through walls, support security standards of HDCP 2.0 content and DRM (Digital Rights Management) – which is used to communicate with HDMI in order to protect the point-to-point content.
Also, according to detailed specifications of the standard, delay is allowed to be less than 1 millisecond, and it supports energy saving mode for mobile devices and DFS mode (Dynamic Frequency Selection) for 5GHz band.
The desktop and laptop: Wireless connection are available for laptop or desktop computer in the office to the HDTV in the living room – now customers will be able to easily see all the latest HD content from the their computer screens via the wide-screen HDTV.
Mobile: Getting HD content from phone onto TV to enjoy.
HD everywhere: from the digital antenna of the living room to the HDTV in the home – customers can now easily set a TV into the bedroom, kitchen, living room… without having to worry about wiring connection problems.
Play games: the gaming console in the kids room will be connected wirelessly to the HDTV in the living room of the family.
AMIMON estimates this technology will make the initial cost of electronic devices increase from 20 – $ 40. However, this number will decrease when the devices are manufactured in large quantities. AMIMON launched many module WHDI so that firms can choose to integrate into their devices.
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