CES 2008: Radiospire Networks To Show Wireless HD Products

Posted: Dec 18 2007, 10:53am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:21am CDT, in News | CES


CES 2008: Radiospire Networks to show Wireless HD Products
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Radiospire Networks announced today that it will unveil two production-ready products based on its AirHook wireless HD connectivity technology during CES 2008.

The Radiospire Wireless HD Theater Hub allows you to connect multiple high-definition sources, such as a DVD player or set-top box, to an HDTV without punching holes into walls or running cables.
The Radiospire AirHook technology can send the signal wirelessly to a high-definition TV in the same room from 15 or more feet away.

Radiospire will also show a working unit of its AirHook Wireless for HDMI cable replacement product at the CES 2008, a convenient, plug-and-play dongle pair that connects a set-top box with an HDTV to deliver high-definition video without cables.

AirHook technology is apparently the industry's highest bandwidth wireless HD connectivity solution. At 1.6 Gbps, AirHook technology delivers the highest throughput of any product on the market to allow for the transmission of pure, uncompressed audio and video with maximum picture quality and no latency. Unlike WiMedia or 802.11-based wireless solutions, AirHook technology efficiently and cost-effectively satisfies consumer demand for 1080p, transmitting uncompressed HD video from a distance of over 15 feet. AirHook technology can scale to meet future industry requirements and is designed for use in any wideband unlicensed spectrum, including 3.1 - 4.8 GHz and 57 - 66 GHz. It also supports all major worldwide video formats.
Via the Radiospire site.

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