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During the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next month, several companies will discuss at least four different wireless high-definition TV standards.A panel discussion between vendors and...
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Sigh, why can’t they just use existing wireless technology? I guess they have to DRM the hell out of something due to paranoia.
802.11n is the Wi-Fi standard - the others are proprietary technologies. This should mean 802.11n is the most cost-effective, it is already being integrated into electronic devices (notebooks etc.).
Yep, 802.11n is the Wi-Fi standard, and that only means one thing, and that is they’re going to pick one of the other proprietary schemes… And only after they add even more DRM &^#^#% to the mix.
“Intel, Panasonic, LG Electronics, NEC, Toshiba, Samsung and Sony also are supporting a 60Hz technology used by Wireless HD.”- Just to highlight it should be 60GHz instead of 60Hz.