Pulse-Link Showcases UWB

Pulse-Link will showcase its Gbit/s-rate CWave Ultra Wideband (UWB) platform featuring

January 3, 2006

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CARLSBAD, Calif. -- Pulse~LINK will showcase its Gigabit-rate CWave Ultra Wideband (UWB) platform featuring wireless and wired High Definition audio/video connectivity, HD gaming, and multimedia PC applications at the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show, January 5-8, in Las Vegas.

Demonstrations include the industry's first wireless DVI/HDMI equivalent; ultra-low latency wireless HD gaming between an Xbox 360 and a HDTV; wireless PC to HDTV Flat Panel connections; and the first ever UWB over coax solution capable of supporting IEEE 1394 S400 (400 Mbps) throughput for whole-home connectivity.

Pulse~LINK’s CWave UWB digital home connectivity solution enables simultaneous streaming of multiple HDTV programs, high quality multi-channel audio, and high speed data throughout the home. The PLK23300 is the first UWB chipset to deliver Gigabit data rates both wirelessly and over in-home wired media. Breakthrough applications include wireless DVI/HDMI and 1394 for real-time visually lossless HDTV and the ability to provide an interactive wireless connection between HD video game consoles and HD displays. Pulse~LINK’s PLK23300 chipset samples will be available for wireless and coax solutions beginning Q1 2006.

“Imagine seamlessly connecting the large screen Flat Panel display in your living room to all the other multimedia devices in your home- from the DVD in the bedroom to the video camera in the family room and more. Or, walking into your living room with your laptop and with the push of a button everything displayed on your laptop screen is wirelessly sent to your Flat Panel display for viewing. These are some of the many CWave™ technology applications we will be debuting at CES,” states John Santhoff, Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Pulse~LINK. “Pulse~LINK’s CWave™ technology is enabling a paradigm shift in the home entertainment industry by delivering a converged, hybrid wired and wireless network capable of Gigabit data rates and real-time, deterministic delivery of digital content throughout the home.”

Pulse-Link Inc.

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