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What is a wireless home digital interface (WHDI)?
The Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) is a consumer electronic industry initiative to set a standard specification for wireless high-definition connectivity within and throughout the home. WHDI aims for wireless uncompressed HD video delivery throughout the home, allowing connection of any source in the home to any display device.
The promoters of WHDI include AMIMON, Hitachi Ltd, LG Electronics, Motorola, Samsung Group, Sharp Corp. and Sony.
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2003-10-30 Zyray, Infineon extend partnership on wireless solutions
Zyray Wireless has extended their relationship with Infineon Technologies, building upon a prior collaboration to provide a dual mode handset solution.
2013-03-21 Zynq-7100 SoC tooled for smart wireless apps
The Zynq-7000 family enables customers to add increasing levels of software-based intelligence to their systems and be closely coupled with high performance, hardware-based data processing.
2012-09-24 Zurich University reveals FRAM tech for green wireless apps
A research from Zurich University reveals that the use of FRAM nonvolatile memory in energy harvesting applications can cut energy consumption of the wireless sensor node by more than 40 per cent.
2003-06-25 Zion, Digital Garage join forces on wireless R&D
Zion Ltd and Digital Garage Inc. have entered into a business development partnership for wireless network apps.
2005-06-09 Zilog joins ZigBee alliance to support wireless digital home
Zilog Inc., a provider of 8bit MCU solutions, has become a member of the ZigBee Alliance
2010-03-19 Zigbee, Wi-Fi groups bring wireless nets to smart grid
The Zigbee Alliance and the Wi-Fi Alliance announced are partnering to on wireless home area networks (HAN) for smart grid applications.
2007-12-27 Zigbee stack rolls for wireless MCUs
Jennic 's JenNet is a free proprietary IEEE 802.15.4 networking stack for its 32bit single-chip wireless MCUs.
2004-06-23 ZigBee member shifts to India for wireless R&D
Airbee Wireless Inc., a ZigBee Alliance member, has established a research and development center in the south Indian city of Chennai.
2013-08-21 Zigbee IP spec for IPv6 6LoPAN wireless networks
Read about the evolution of IP-based solutions for wireless sensor networks and also the use of the new ZigBee Smart Energy IP stack.
2004-01-19 Zarlink TDM/TSI switches suit wireless networking equipment
Zarlink Semiconductor has launched what it claims as the industry's most fully featured TDM/TSI switch family for wireless networking equipment.
2002-02-12 Young executive builds the gate to wireless Internet
This article describes how young Asian pioneers are shaping the wireless Internet industry in ways that are strategic and meticulous with regard to crafting lasting solutions.
2008-06-10 Xilinx tips coding solution for LTE wireless systems
Xilinx Inc. has made available a performance-optimized programmable turbo coding solutions for LTE wireless systems.
2003-08-04 Xilinx DSPs support wireless infrastructures
Xilinx has released DSP IP cores that target wireless infrastructures and cable modem head-end equipment.
2005-06-01 Xilinx 'future-proofs' wireless base stations
Wireless base station solutions are being developed to cost-effectively address today's needs and tomorrow's unknown.
2011-09-29 WPC pushes wireless charging for cars
The WPC Automotive Application Group aims to advance automotive wireless charging solutions and applications.
2016-02-02 World's fastest CMOS wireless transceiver at 56Gbit/s
Tokyo Institute of Technology and Fujitsu Laboratories created a CMOS wireless transceiver that can process signals at high speeds with little loss across a range of frequencies, from 72GHz to 100GHz.
2004-06-09 WJ expands wireless line with EiC acquisition
Wireless chip specialist WJ Communications Inc. is paying $12.5 million for rival EiC Corp.
2014-02-18 WiTricity brings wireless expertise to A4WP
WiTricity is planning a reference design incorporating the Rezence specification.
2005-07-15 Wisair rolls out first UWB-based wireless USB baseband chip
Wisair has released the first multiband OFDM-compliant baseband chip for wireless USB based on the WiMedia specification.
2007-08-02 Wisair fields single chip for belated wireless USB spec
A startup is announcing a single-chip device for wireless USB interconnects at a time when the standard continues to face delays coming to market.
2008-01-09 Wireless: Ripe for global takeover
The PC era is all but over, replaced by a faster-growing market that places greater emphasis on equipment connectivity; ease of use; and data generation, distribution and processing.
2002-04-08 Wireless-trench technology for silicon GSM power amplifiers
This article describes the results obtained for power amplifiers designed with the new wireless trench technology.
2010-09-28 Wireless-in-the-Sky soon to take off
AP Avionx bagged production orders from Row 44 for server management units and modem data units for an in-flight broadband system that can provide wireless connectivity and other services to airline passengers.
2003-09-04 Wireless, storage, and computing named as hot spots
At Agilent Technologies, we believe that wireless, storage and computing technologies will have the greatest impact on China's electronics industry over the next three years.
2009-04-06 Wireless, MEMS advancements boost energy harvesting
What has really changed energy harvesting in the last two decades? The answer, in sum, is a confluence of the development of wireless and lower power electronics, along with advancements in sensors and MEMS.
2005-06-06 Wireless will get tougherbut more interesting
Unfortunately, while it may seem that going wireless should be getting easier, it's actually going to get tougher going forward for the non-RF expert as the FCC opens the door to new innovations
2004-10-12 Wireless will get tougher but more interesting
Unfortunately, while it may seem that going wireless should be getting easier; it's actually going to get tougher going forward for the non-RF expert as the FCC opens the door to new innovations.
2001-04-01 Wireless Web appliances evolve anew
This article describes the common wireless technologies for embedded platforms, such as Cellular Digital Packet Data and General Packet Radio Service, for web appliances.
2015-11-02 Wireless vision able to capture images behind walls
MIT researchers developed a technology called RF Capture that lends itself to potential applications such as virtual reality, smart homes and even film-making.
2012-09-18 Wireless validation platform for virtual cameras, displays
EVE unleashed the e-zTest MIPI CSI-2 and e-zTest MIPI DSI validation platforms that support the MIPI Alliance wireless standards for Camera Serial Interface and Display Serial Interface.
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