And after some rejiggering, the brilliant engineers go “Sure, why not?” Thus we end up with a wireless HDMI tech that uses Ultra-wideband (UWB), the same tech behind Wireless USB. Tzero Technologies and Analog Devices’s
Wireless HDMI Adapter
may look like a non-descript black box—okay, it
a non-descript black box—but it allows you
. Freedom to transmit an HDMI video signal over 30 meters of
. The device uses Analog Devices’s JPEG2000 video codec to compress the HDMI signal before transmission, and uncompress it on the other side, which makes me wonder if there’s a question of latency. The device should be out in the next couple of weeks priced “similar to other WiFi devices,” so hopefully all our questions will be answered.