Is it possible to send an HDMI signal wirelessly?

One For All transmits the HDMI signal on WLAN frequency by radio

The principle of the radio system
Source: One For All Anyone who wants to supply a television picture on a balcony or terrace or supply a video projector under the ceiling with an image signal knows the problem: The signal source is completely different from the television or projector. In the days of Scart cables, a radio solution was bought from the Technik-Versand in which the signal from the video recorder or satellite receiver was transmitted to the neighboring room by radio. This was no longer possible with HDMI cables. According to its own information, One For All has now found a solution. As in the past with Scart cables, the signal from the HDMI source is looped through a transmitter, which then sends the image to the receiver by radio. There the receiver is again connected to the television or projector via HDMI. Frequencies in the 5 GHz band, which are also used for WLAN, are used for this purpose. The principle of the radio system
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The new pair of devices is called SV 1760 and consists of a transmitter and a receiver unit. The set is compatible with all CE components with "HDMI out" such as DVD and Blu-ray players, set-top boxes, game consoles, projectors and flat screens. One HDMI transmitter can operate up to eight HDMI receivers - but there is only one receiver in the set. A maximum resolution of 1080p / 60 Hz as well as 3D and HDMI 1.3a is supported. The neighbor cannot watch, the signal is provided with 128/256 bit AES encryption. In this way, AV signals are transmitted securely for the user and invisible to third parties. The manufacturer announced that it was set up using plug and play. The HDMI signal is still looped through the transmitter so that, for example, the television in the living room can still be connected to the set-top box and also display a picture.

The remote control signal is sent back

Transmitter and receiver
Source: One For All The SV 1760 also has infrared extenders that can be installed concealed. They transmit remote control signals from the HDMI receiver to the HDMI transmitter and thus conveniently control the source signal transmitter such as a set-top box or Blu-ray player through the wall. According to the manufacturer, the range is 10 meters for ceilings and walls and 30 meters for direct visibility. The SV 1760 is listed by One For All with a recommended retail price of 299 euros. At this price it is already available from Media Markt and Saturn.

You can read a test of the SV 1760 in another message.