Monthly Archive: June 2009

Jun 30 2009

HDMI Unveils 1.4 Specification

HDMI has announced the latest version of the HDMI specification. The new HDMI 1.4 specification offers several advancements: Adding high-speed networking to an HDMI link, making it possible for consumers to use their IP-enabled peripherals without a separate Ethernet cable. Allowing an HDMI-connected TV with a built-in tuner to send audio data “upstream” to a …

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Jun 22 2009

Integrating WHDI and Wi-Fi

EE Times recently ran a piece highlighting how semiconductor company Amimon is striving to make wirelessly running HD video around the house a possibility. With several companies competing for interoperability in the wireless video space, Chairman and CEO of Amimon, Yoav Nissan-Cohen has a unique solution: “to combine wireless HD video and data.” He is …

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Jun 05 2009

USB Testing: How Compliance Checklists Fit In

The compliance testing process for most devices is rigorous and detailed. Standards organizations and technology designers, with the help of independent test labs, work together to put together tests that can accurately confirm that the device meets the necessary guidelines that will ensure the product can perform soundly out in the ‘real world.’ But not …

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Jun 01 2009

Ripen into Apple-Mac Compatibility

With increased demand for Apple/Mac compatible devices, compatibility testing for products connected to Mac systems has never been more important. To help developers verify interoperability of devices early in the product development cycle, Allion has a full line of Mac computers and Mac OS versions available for third-party software and hardware application testing. After successfully …

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