A new chipset may finally bring wireless HD to HDTVs, Blu-ray players, transmitter/receiver kits, and other products. Israel-based Amimon has completed the chipset for WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) 2.0, a standard backed up by Hitachi, Motorola, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, and LG. It can transmit 1080p/60 video at data rates up to 3Gps with response time of less than a millisecond thru the unauthorized 5GHz band. HDCP 2.0 digital rights management is part of the package.
Reportedly, demos have been impressive. Search for the chipset in HDTVs, Blu-ray players, computers, projectors, a/v receivers, set top boxes, game consoles, and DVRs that can function as wireless bridges between your display and various signal sources.