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New GameChanger mobile reference designs launched

05 Aug 2013

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HD connectivity solutions provider Silicon Image has unveiled two new interference-free 60GHz WirelessHD GameChanger mobile reference designs developed for the company's UltraGig 6400 smartphone and tablet PC transmitter. The plug-and-play reference designs can produce high-quality, low-latency WirelessHD video from MHL or HDMI video signals. They enable users to link portable devices and large displays such as projectors and HD screens through a cable-like wireless connection. WirelessHD 1.1 receivers are recommended for such applications.

"By utilising these designs, manufacturers can quickly develop HDMI-to-WirelessHD or MHL-to-WirelessHD accessories that will allow consumers to wirelessly connect their current mobile devices to projectors and large displays," said Jim Chase, senior marketing director for wireless products at Silicon Image.

The 60GHz WirelessHD GameChanger designs are suited for gaming, productivity, entertainment and other interactive HD video applications.




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