HDMI & UWB Wireless Cable Combo

https://i2.wp.com/www.krunker.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/06/gefen%20wireless%20hdmi.jpg“Gefen has announced a new wireless HDMI extender that uses UWB technology from Tzero Technologies. The no cable extender delivers wired quality HDMI from Blu-ray and other HDMI sources to the TV or projector.

The extender features built-in interference elimination technology for optimal picture quality. The device can stream full 1080p with 5.1 surround sound up to 10 meters across a room. The extender offers dual HDMI ports, component video, and analog audio. Pricing and availability are unknown at this time”….<More>

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3 responses to “HDMI & UWB Wireless Cable Combo

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  2. Randy

    Tzero are pretty shady….PulseLink sued Tzero over Patents 6,895,034 and 7,099,368 for infrindgement and won, but Tzero is posting a press release saying they won the suit….WTF is up with that?
    http://www.pulselink.net/press/pr-june23-2008.htm
    http://www.tzerotech.com/news/press-releases/index.cfm?i=556&y=2008

  3. According to Engadget HD this is not over yet “While it was Pulse~LINK winning the last (but obviously not final) round of this multi-year tiff, the tables have turned once more. Tzero Technologies has just announced that the US Patent Office “issued an office action rejecting all claims of US patent number 6,970,448 asserted in a lawsuit brought by Pulse~LINK against Tzero in June 2007.” http://www.engadgethd.com/tag/tzero/

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