started this summer. But it was only during a recent interview with EE Times here that, Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of Amimon, confirmed the design win.
"I am not going to deny it," he said.
A Sony spokesman in Japan reached by EE Times Japan on Tuesday (Nov. 4), said, "We will not officially disclose the [wireless connectivity] format."
But the Japanese spokesman described the wireless technology used in Bravia ZX-1 in telling detail. He noted, for example, that it "runs on 5 GHz," wirelessly transmitting "uncompressed video for a distance of 20 to 30 meters." It's capable of up to 1080-progressive HD video input, but video is "converted into 1080i for wireless transmission," he added.
Technical specs listed by Sony point to a single answer: Amimon's wireless technology inside the ZX-1.