Amimon receiver
New system will allow wireless link between TV tuner, external sources and LCD TVs

Mitsubishi Electric has become the latest company to sign up to the Wireless HDTV revolution, previously reported here and here.

It's announced that it will launch a new range of HDTVs on the Japanese domestic market using the wireless WHDI system from Israeli company Amimon, capable of delivering uncompressed HD video streams wirelessly.

The wireless HDTV is a two-piece system comprised of a slim and thin LCD panel and a separate HDTV receiver unit that connects to the LCD panel wirelessly.

The system will will enable a “layout-free” LCD panel without audio and video wires running to the TV, the wireless HDTV allowing flexible placement of HD source devices such as receivers, DVD players and recorders, set-top boxes and games consoles anywhere within the room and throughout the home. The product should be released in Japan this Autumn.

For more on the WHDI system click here.