Hi Definition and wireless technology

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Seven firms including LG, Panasonic, NEC, Samsung, SiBeam, Sony and Toshiba, are developing a new standard to use wireless technology with Hi Definition hardware.
Wireless technology could be a good…

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The “wireless” standard is really a wireless protocol being sent over copper wire because they can’t get enough power to transmit the desired bandwidth without giving people cancer.

I’m betting WiHDCP would be a more appropriate name…

cool, I will be able to see free hifdef movies brodcasted by my neighbours!!! :B

off topic JHr … you’re a real advocate of getting anything you can for free. Leave no unsecured wireless network free from P2P! At any rate, there will be some form of handshake/encryption/validation inbuilt to ensure that only a single device can receive the video, and possibly a second for the audio. So your share & share alike idea just won’t work … /off topic It’s a great idea … just think … with people swimming in the existing electro-magnetic waves & radio signals … cancer will be untraceable! But, it will make life easier for everyone hooking up their gear … or will it :stuck_out_tongue:

What am i missing here? What will stop someone from hi def capturing the signal to a capture card and easily having a hi def copy?