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60 GHz gains traction at CES

1/12/2009 05:00 AM EST
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NickJ2008   1/15/2009 7:18:18 PM
Can anyone address the issue that HDMI's HDCP encryption dictates "multiple" sessions with different encryption keys being checked every 30 ms or so. If something isn't done about that it doesn't seem that there will ever be enough bandwidth to give us back what we had with ordinary cable: "The same program on every TV in the house as you walk from room to room." Isn't that what MOCA "should" provide? Have they worked out some deal - some new encryption scheme - whereby ONE stream could be sent to all TV's?

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