Global Information Inc would like to present a new market research report, "Short-range Radio for High-speed Transmission: Technologies and Markets" by Practel, Inc..
Global Information Inc would like to present a new market research report, "Short-range Radio for High-speed Transmission: Technologies and Markets" by Practel, Inc.
According to Practels new report, "Even in one of the worst global recessions in history, technologies and markets for the wireless High Definition Video Distribution (HDVD) insides of a home continue to attract attention of R&D and the industry." The factors underlying this trend include:
- The majority of cable, satellite and telephone companies offering HD video services through wired connections are becoming more complicated and increasingly inefficient due to proliferation of home theaters with multiple HD-ready devices (e.g. video projectors, TV sets).
- The wireless HD video distribution market for in-home entertainment is a very lucrative area with a large customer base.
A desire to remove the tangled mess of HDMI cables and interconnection pains linked to modern High Definition multimedia systems has clearly emerged among consumers. There are several different wireless technologies that are currently available. These technologies offer "the promise of such cable-free high definition connectivity, providing users with seamless networking capabilities and visually-pleasing HD home theatre setups." This report provides an analysis of high-speed short-reach radio for indoor applications with an emphasis on High Definition Video Distribution (HDVD) technologies. Practel addresses multiple radio technologies that are in development for the short-range wireless transmission segment of the HD video distribution market.
|Markets and technologies this report addresses:
|IEEE 802.15.3c - 60 GHz WPAN technology||ECMA-387: 60 GHz technology||WiGig: 60 GHz technology - recently established group founded by leading manufacturers in CE and communications
|WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface): 5 GHz technology developed by Amimon||IEEE 802.11n - WLAN technology||IEEE 802.11ad - 60GHz technology - bridge to WLAN
|WirelessHD: 60 GHz technology developed by SiBeam; Standard produced by the WirelessHD Alliance||A UWB-based technology developed by Sigma Designs||IEEE 802.11ac: less than 6 GHz- very high throughput