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Averlogic Technologies will demonstrate the Power-line Digital Home, a fast, high-density Full HD Video FIFO memory, at CES 2009, taking place at Las Vegas Convention Center, 8 to 11 January 2009.

The demonstration will include ‘H.264 HD A/V Streaming over Power-line’, ‘iPod and 192kHz Audio Streaming over Power-line’, and ‘IP Camera over Power-line’.

Averlogic’s expert video systems, such as 4-CH multiplexer, PoE + network video server/IP camera module, MPEG4/2/1 USB grabber, digital/analogue OLED/LCD display will also be on display.

The H.264 HDMI 1080p HD A/V streaming over Ethernet or Power-line module consists of a transmitter (TX) and a receiver (RX).

It allows H.264-compressed HD (up to 1,920 x 1,080 at a frame rate of 24p or 60i) video and audio digital signals to stream from your A/V equipment, such as Blu-ray disc player, video game consoles such as PS3, HD DVD or STB, to your compatible HDTV.

The combination of H.264 Codec, Media Network Controller, and PLC technologies makes the video and audio content stream smoothly (data size 20M to 8M) and widely (from first to third floor) at home.

One TX in the living room can deliver signals to three RXs in three rooms.

The RX can be easily integrated into an HDTV via HDMI, and avoids the hassles of wiring between A/V transmitting and receiving equipment.

It basically supports one source (HDMI), and optionally supports up to five sources (HDMI x 4 + Y/Pb/Pr x 1) which can all be controlled by the TX-included remote on the RX side.

The Audio reference design incorporates audio processors and power line communication technologies to allow CD-quality digital audio data to be transported over the power line.

Both reference designs, streaming iPod and 192kHz audio over power line, can be easily adapted to varieties of audio system applications that send and receive audio content from any source, anywhere in a home.

This system provides very high sound quality, as if delivered via top-end audio cable.

Configurable latency time can be as low as 10ms, meeting high-end stereo system criteria.

An iPod docking connector is also incorporated on board with full function control supported, including the remote control IR feedback from the receiving unit.

The reference design guarantees stable audio streaming by using Dynamic Bandwidth Management (DBM) technology to ensure smooth streaming, even over the noisy power line environment.

Lastly, Averlogic will demonstrate the IP Camera over Power-line.

The IP camera is a stand-alone device that does not need a computer for normal operation.

It transmits real-time video/audio signals over an existing power line, so the IP Camera and signal receiving monitor can be anywhere close to a power socket at home.

This IP camera module transmits the configurable MPEG-4 compressed video and audio streaming data with TCP/IP protocol through Power-line, Ethernet or Wifi to the receiver.

A computer can be used to browse the camera IP address and watch real-time video and audio at home, at the office or any other place where there is internet access.

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