Pulse-LINK Wins Popular Mechanics Award

dell takes a slice at apple with super thin latitude z dellz closedLet’s face it, Popular Mechanics is a gold standard, and has been for generations. So when they give out awards, the winning items need to be lookat seriously.   At this year’s CES, the magazine has given it’s Editor’s Choice Award to Pulse-LINK‘s CWave UWB technology in the newly debuted Gefen HDMI Over Coax Extender.   "We analyze hundreds of productsat CES to select the 20 Editor’s Choice Award winning products that we think represent significant technological breakthroughs," said James Meigs, Popular Mechanics editor-in-chief. "Thisevent is the perfect forum for Popular Mechanics to recognize an innovation like the Pulse-LINK and Gefen solution – two companies making the HD experience much more accessible to homeowners."  The Pulse-LINK technology powers the Gefen HDMI Over Coax Extender, which extends the reach of HDMI connectivity from room to room. It provides an infrared back channel that enables consumersto use the same remote that controls their set-top box, DVR, Blu-ray or HD DVD player, in all rooms throughout the connected home. The no-new-wires solution offers Gigabit data rates and is capableof simultaneous delivery of high quality, visually lossless video along with multi-channel digital audio.