Panasonic Chipset To Enable Powerline-Networked HD Video

5 Jan 2005

Panasonic has developed a new chipset that can bring high-definition (HD) video into every room in a home network via existing power lines.

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By Edward F. Moltzen, Digital Connect

In a press conference Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, executives of the Seacaucus, N.J.-based electronics giant--the North American unit of Matsushita Electric Industrical Co--said the chip, MN1A92080L, will begin production this spring. They said the chip will allow HD-ready, high-speed Power Line Communication technology to be put into practical use in digital converged solutions.

» Original Location: www.digitalconnectmag.com

Filed: Jan 2005, Powerline Networking, Co: None, Tech: None


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