Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI)

Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) is a consumer electronic standard for a wireless HDTV connectivity throughout the home. WHDI revolutionizes the home multimedia experience by wirelessly delivering interactive HD video from any device to any display. WHDI is supported and driven by AMIMON, Hitachi Ltd., LG Electronics, Motorola, Samsung Group, Sharp Corporation and Sony

Using a Wireless Bridge to Provide Remote Network Connectivity

Key to the successful implementation of a wireless bridge is the equipment being used. The Luxul Xen™ High Performance Outdoor 802.11n Wireless Access Point (XAP-1040) is designed specifically for optimal coverage and distance.

60GHz and WirelessHD® - Now In Your Living Room

There are many options on the horizon for consumers looking to update their home entertainment systems with high-powered wireless technology.

How to Get Your WiFi Signal Where You Want It

Keep the WAP as centered as possible in the living spaces where remote/portable devices will be located. Keep the antennas vertical! You want the signal to spread horizontally. Also, mount the WAP above eye level. There is just less stuff higher up to absorb the RF. If you put the WAP down low, the signal has to pass through furniture, people, dogs, etc. Keep it away from AC ductwork. This means not mounting it too high.

802.11 Debugging Made Easy

This article covers 802.11 installation and troubleshooting tips for the professional custom electronics installer, but is applicable to any wireless network installation done professionally.

Interview - Wireless HDTV

Products using Airhook technology are designed to deliver superior picture quality in a convenient, plug and play package, so consumers will be able to easily and inexpensively connect the transmitter dongle to their set-top box and the receiver dongle to their HDTV and enjoy high-quality HD wirelessly.

The Selling Points of Wireless Home Energy Controls

A selling point is the energy savings that wireless home controls provide homeowners. By customizing their home's electrical usage, homeowners control their energy management usage to best suit their lifestyle.

A New Standard for Home Control Products

Each Z-Wave product/module acts as a sender and receiver in the network, offering two-way communications to make sure that one device knows the other received a command.

Z-Wave as Home Control RF Platform

Zensys provides a mass-market home control technology, which is low cost, low power, easy-to-use and reliable. The mesh network Z-Wave system, with its self-organizing and self-healing features, combined with flexible but simple installation procedures, provides an easy-to-use network solution.

Sound Solutions for Wireless Woes

Several new technologies will improve the range and speed of wireless networks, with a combined effect of 10,000 times the capacity of dialup 56 Kbps modems. With such advancements, networks that use radio signals for communication could replace most of the network cabling we now use. How real is this promise? When will we see it? And what will it mean for equipment manufacturers, service providers, homebuilders, and homeowners?

ZigBee Technology: Wireless Control that Simply Works

Up till now there hasn't been a wireless network standard that meets the unique needs of sensors and control devices. Sensors and controls don't need high bandwidth but they do need low latency and very low energy consumption for long battery lives and for large device arrays.

Low cost wireless at 2.4GHz

The nRF24xx family has already been incorporated in a number of new and existing wireless global applications such as sensor, remote control, mouse, game controllers, tire pressure sensors and intelligent sports equipment applications.

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