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PulseLINK's CWave platform certified by Digital Content Protection.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-31 July 2008-PulseLINK's CWave platform certified by Digital Content Protection(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

PulseLINK, a fabless semiconductor corporation, announced on Wednesday (30 July) that its CWave UWB Wireless-for-HDMI platform has been certified as an Approved Retransmission Technology (ART) by the Digital Content Protection LLC, the administrator of the HDCP specification.

To receive ART compliance, the solution must first be HDCP Licensed. High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) technologies are understood to protect digital motion pictures, TV programs and audio against unauthorised interception and copying between a digital set top box or digital video recorder and a digital TV or PC.

According to the company, the certification, along with the FCC Certification CWave received in December 2007, represents the primary certification requirements for the commercial release of its CWave Wireless-for-HDMI products.

The approval by DCP is important in enabling PulseLINK to work with partners, such as US LCD manufacturer Westinghouse, to deliver products that allow consumers to experience high-quality HD content wirelessly in their home, the company said.

Westinghouse will reportedly begin shipping its new 42" and 47" wireless HDMI HDTVs in the commercial market in autumn 2008. The fully integrated wireless displays feature PulseLINK's CWave UWB chipset.

No financial details were disclosed.

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