I am back with yet another amazing and informative thread, This time we will be discussing each and every aspect of Wireless Home Digital Interface, An interesting new horizion of technology that is quite helpful.
The promise of Wireless Home Digital Interface, or WHDI, is to eliminate all of the in between steps for connecting a home entertainment system except for the power supply. WHDI is the new wireless High Definition video standard that will change the way people use Audio/Video devices in the home. WHDI's revolutionary video-modem approach enables top-quality and wireless uncompressed HD video delivery throughout the home, allowing consumers to connect any source in the home to any display.
What Is WHDI?
WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) is a standard for wireless connnectivity between video sources and displays. WHDI is intended to be the wireless replacement of a HDMI cable.
WHDI provides a high-quality, wireless link which can support delivery of equivalent video data rates of up to 3Gbit/s over a distance of maximum 30 meters.
The data rate is enough to support uncompressed high definition television. WHDMI uses a 40 MHz channel in the worldwide agreed unlicensed 5GHz band for wireless networks (5,150 - 5,350 MHz).
Both the transmitter and the receiver use multiple antennas
How WHDI Works?
Benefits Of WHDI
In order to keep up with the pace of developments in the multimedia sector of the industry, several versions of WHDI, Wireless Home Digital interface have been developed and launched. These are reflected in the different specifications.
Although Wireless HDMI can be extremely useful to some people, it doesn’t have a lot of potential for widespread adoption or practical use. There are a lot of problems with Wireless HDMI, and unless you’re trying to clean up your entertainment center or broadcast a cable signal into your basement, then you don’t have much of a reason to adopt the format.
Of course, there are some situations where Wireless HDMI makes sense. Instead of paying the cable company to put set top box in every room, you could buy a couple of Wireless HDMI sets to broadcast a single cable box around the house. These Wireless HDMI sets should last you for a long time, and you can use them for different applications in the future.
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