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The high-definition HDMI interface is getting lots of play lately, and now Tzero Technologies and Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) have created a wireless HDMI interface. Best of all, it's not some proprietary system but it's standards-based, meaning that it will work with any devices with HDMI plugs. It works by compressing the data using JPEG 2000, an image compression standard whose artifacts are nearly unnoticeable. Pricing wasn't announced, but Tzero says the system will be demonstrated in the next few months and available in November.


Tzero, ADI Sample Wireless HDMI Prototype [ExtremeTech]