Lattice: Ultra HD wireless solution to deliver Blu-ray quality video

Lattice Semiconductor announced an ultra-high-definition wireless solution to deliver Blu-ray quality video for broad market applications. Using the MOD6320-T and MOD6321-R wireless video modules based on Lattice’s SiBEAM 60 GHz technology and the Sil9396 HDMI 2.0 video bridge device, Lattice is the first to bring to market a 4K wireless video solution that transmits in the 60 GHz band, ensuring robust, low latency video transmission free from interference.

The new wireless reference design provides a high bandwidth, wireless audio/video interface compatible with the HDMI standard for in-room applications in a range of markets including medical and industrial.

Key advantages of 60 GHz wireless technology include visually lossless and near-zero latency video transmission, up to 4K resolution, robust to RF interference, seamless and easy installation process in the home or enterprise environment and support for latest HDCP 2.2 for the secure distribution of content.


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