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2008-09-08 UWB finds place in wireless HD videos
UWB isn't about to distribute video around the entire home via a wireless link, but it may finally offer an alternative to the HDMI cable
2006-03-09 Powerline: a new option for video transmission
At the 11th Annual International IC-China Conference & Exhibition, AverLogic Technologies demonstrated a new way to transmit video over powerline.
2002-10-15 Japan tackles high-definition storage, transmission
The Japanese goverment has announced the e-Japan initiative to enable the country to catch and surpass the U.S. and South Korea in broadband.
2009-06-30 Can proprietary wireless HD survive
In a race to run multiple HD video streams, a dizzying array of competing wireless technologies have only fragmented the potential wireless home network market
2003-09-10 AVS standard to eventually replace MPEG-4
Image recognition will become a very important technology and in the future the next-generation JPEG2000 code compression technology will be used.
2001-02-01 Packet switching right choice for wireless
The Internet switching model can cost two orders of magnitude less than conventional circuit architectures, making the economics of an IP network very attractive.
2002-09-25 Video IC supports 30fps at low bit rates
ViXS Systems Inc. is sampling a chip that promises to deliver video at 30fps over multiple channels.
2003-03-07 WLAN chipset features video image transfer capabilities
Matsushita Electric has developed a 5GHz WLAN chipset capable of transferring video images among IEEE 802.11a/e-compliant equipment.
2004-08-02 Transcoding key to sharing multimedia
Transcoding of multimedia content is helping remove barriers between different encoding/decoding platforms and within wired and wireless networks
2002-10-14 Sasken inks deals with mobile platform suppliers
Sasken Communication Technologies has signed a deal with Anite Telecoms Ltd designed to halve the amount of time needed to bring mobile handsets and devices to market.
2003-09-05 Recognizing the future of mobile telecom development
China's mobile phone market is filled with future growth potentials especially in the wireless terminal business
2006-01-13 Oki transmits video through satellite phone connections
Oki Electric announced it has successfully transmitted video through satellite phone connections with its portable video compression transmitter, MPEG-4 Encoder RS-M
2004-08-02 Nearing the age of digital media portability
With a plethora of available portable devices, the goal now is to provide consumers with ubiquitous access to their coveted entertainment anywhere, anytime.
2003-05-16 Memory cards support portable video
Wireless multimedia relies on complex video software/server technology, which in turn relies on complex processing to generate streaming video and audio
2006-10-02 Industry guru talks about digital entertainment
At STMicroelectronics' back-end IC factory in Shenzhen, Bob Krysiak, the company's corporate VP and general manager for the region, recalled the development of the first single-chip MPEG-2 decoder ICs and discussed his ideas on the development of digital entertainment equipment in China
2013-03-11 Hardware IP from Renesas boasts low-delay processing
The multi-format video codec hardware IP targets car information terminals that support HDTV, mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, and industrial equipment.
2007-10-04 Compression codec transmits HD video wirelessly
ADI has introduced a video compression codec that enables the wireless transmission of HD video in real-timewithout any loss in picture qualityover home connections
2007-09-06 Atheros, TI technologies deliver video via Wi-Fi
The resulting combination of TI's DaVinci-based processor and Atheros' ROCm technology is a low-cost, low-power, high-performance platform that delivers quality video over Wi-Fi.
2006-04-03 A better path to video-over-WLAN
Higher throughput, excess bandwidth, MIMO, channel bonding and advanced forward error correction are but some of the remedies for issues confronting video delivery over WLAN.
2006-07-21 SBC middleware enables audio apps using Bluetooth tech
Renesas has announced the SBC Middleware software that enables audio data coding stipulated in Bluetooth technology for short-range wireless communications
2013-01-24 Miracast vs. UltraGig battle continues to brew
While the debate over divergent wired and wireless home networking schemes and standards rages on, one wireless application stood out at the International CES: Miracast
2007-06-01 Build a hybrid IPTV-DTV/DVB STB
While the IPTV business is in its infancy and the terrestrial transmission of digital signals takes over from analog, there is a need for a STB that is a hybrid of the two sets of requirementsi.e., that can receive, decode and display terrestrial DTV signalsas well as provide a platform for the viewing of IPTV services
2005-09-30 SuperH MPU supports GbE apps
Renesas' newest 32bit SuperH microprocessor called the SH7763 supports Gigabit Ethernet for network devices and digital home appliances.
2006-12-08 MCU includes IP broadcasting, DTCP-IP copyright protection
Renesas' 200MHz SH7652 MCU with on-chip Ethernet control is said to be the first to incorporate both copyright protection function for IP broadcasting and DTCP-IP copyright protection standard for in-home distribution.
2008-01-16 Managing latency in video encoding, decoding
In applications where there is a closed feedback loop, latency is the most crucial aspect of the system, as it determines whether the system will be stable or not. Keeping the latency of a video codec as minimal as possible is the proper approach for such systems. In many such applications, latency measured in sub-10ms is crucial.
2008-12-16 Know the basics of video transcoding for CE
Adapting media to play on different CE devices requires transcoding, adapting container formats, and adapting network protocols. This article addresses these functions and describes how they can be implemented using Texas Instrument's DaVinci family of processors.
2007-04-16 Home-networking systems should co-evolve with standards
New home-networking systems must evolve along with the standards that will undoubtedly emerge in the foreseeable future.
2003-04-01 DVR, biometrics lead the security industry
The article will focus on the physical aspect of security, particularly digital video recorders, which has a high growth potential.
2005-10-12 DLNA and UPnP will enable easy home video networks
A 'Rosetta Stone' for multimedia babble
2005-01-04 Consumers devices to continue invading the digital home
In the near future, all home consumer electronics will become digital and only the human interface will remain analog.
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