International Journal of Computer Applications
The nature of wireless video requires a solution which can adapt to changing environmental conditions and support very high data rates. This puts unique requirements on the wireless connection. It must maintain highly-reliable links, provide robustness toward packet errors and interference, deliver visually lossless compression and ensure system performance and cost effectiveness through a low-latency solution. In this paper, the authors compare 5GHz wireless HDMI with 60GHz wireless HD. They propose UWB solution of wireless HDMI in which JPEG2000 and AES 128 encryption-decryption are key techniques to solve the raised technical problems. Initial performance evaluation shows that their approach can achieve high quality video streaming performance.