DisplayLink Wireless Multi-display technology

Posted on Monday, Jan 08 2007 @ 16:31 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
DisplayLink is presenting a wireless USB technology that can be used to deliver excellent image quality and high-performance monitor/mouse/keyboard interactivity over a Wireless USB connection between a display and a PC.

The demonstration will show how the company's technology can be used to deliver DisplayLink provides high-performance connectivity chips that allow monitor manufacturers, PC OEMs and PC accessory companies to develop products for multi-display computing, including USB-connected monitors, video-enabled USB notebook docking stations, display connectivity accessories and other devices. This demonstration builds upon DisplayLink's USB-based display connectivity technology and represents a natural progression from wired USB to wireless USB display connectivity. br />
"The display is the last PC peripheral to go wireless, and our demonstration at CES will show that this can now be achieved with the same level of image quality and responsiveness as a VGA or DVI connection," said Hamid Farzaneh, DisplayLink president and CEO. "The industry's transition to more flexible links is a paradigm-shifting moment for display connectivity as consumers can easily keep adding monitors, photo frames and other application specific displays to PCs in their work or home environments using wireless USB." br />
Wireless USB is based on the WiMedia Alliance UWB common radio platform, which is capable of sending 480 Mbps at distances up to three meters and 110 Mbps at up to 10 meters. It operates in the 3.1 GHz to 10.6 GHz frequency range and spreads communication over an ultra-wideband of frequencies.

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