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The next boring format war – Wireless HD. Intel, Sony and Toshiba ready to unleash HELL
The next VIOLENT TECH WAR will be about “the last foot” – or how to get HD signals from your HD player to your telly without needing a cable.
Yes, that really is a big problem for some people.
As with everything new, there’s a billion (or maybe about three) competing formats and groups…
Ultra-Wideband technology given UK go-ahead by Ofcom
Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology, which allows devices to communicate wirelessly at high speed over relatively short distances, has been given the go-ahead by Ofcom to be used unlicensed in the UK.
Normally, equipment which uses a part of the radio spectrum requires a license from Ofcom in order that any interference between different users can be managed. However, UWB technology has a low power output and shouldn’t interfere with other signals.