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What’s up with the current wireless technology for HDTVs

Submitted by on November 23, 2011 – 12:22 amNo Comment | 1,623 views

Wireless TV
For several years now there’s been wireless HDTV and consumers love it. It allows for more freedoms and versatility. The technologies have changed and are changing so it’s a good idea to keep an eye on what the latest in wireless HDTV.

Example of Well Known Wi-Fi Ready TV Brands and Models
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Basically for the neophyte, wireless HDTV is just that. Instead of cables snaking from the transmitter, the HDTV screen just picks up the signal and the picture is expressed. No need to have cables all over the floors, poking through holes in walls and other such cumbersome arrangements. WHDI as it’s called has come a long way because at first there wasn’t a standard that companies followed. In addition the ability to send signals that weren’t compressed was a problem. Now with improvements the goal of sending 1080p for WHDI enabled wireless HDTV.

How does wireless TV work

Figure 1 : Wireless TV Working Flowchart (Source : iViewer)

The new systems are really astounding. They’re able to send not only that desired 1080p HD but also 3D and more throughout the residence. This standard includes a new distance of 100 feet so you could transmit to your garage workshop if you wanted to. 2011 is the year that these breakthroughs have occurred and 2012 looks like when the technologies will be so standard and streamlined it will be like the problems of old never existed. No more expensive this and that and self absorbed proprietary nonsense. People just want plug and play and high performance for an affordable cost and that’s what the latest technologies offer.

The manufacturers who recognized the consumer frustration regarding such conflicts between the proprietary went to work to establish what was demanded by the consumer and things are looking good indeed. Companies are racing to showcase even more advances in their adapters for their WHDI hubs. Having multiple wireless connections allows for the entire home, office, club, restaurant to receive the signals without cluttering the house with cables and such. Will this be the end of HDMI? Not likely but you can’t really tell as fast as things are changing. Until all the bugs are worked out we’ll probably see the coupling of choices between wireless and HDMI.

The standard specs are hovering around delivering 1080p 60Hz video. The 3D formats also are accommodated by the HDMI standards of 1.4a.

What needs to be realized here is that the year 2011 is when the new hardware broke out onto the consumer shelves. The prices vary and as newer models come out before the holidays, some might wait until 2012 to see what happens with the technologies and the prices. With the HDMI 1.4a replacing 1.4 so rapidly it’s probably wise to keep an eye out for the next leap. Since it won’t be wise to toss away all your cables you’ll want to be able to switch between wireless and HDMI in a snap. S troubleshooting continues, the hardware will drop in price and be easier to maintenance and more. As more producer, manufacturers and the rest of the industry realizes that not being compatible with one another harms everyone, the people who do will run the game.

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