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AMIMON, a market leader in wireless High-Definition solutions, is the only company that enables zero-latency, interactive wireless video displays. AMIMON’s Professional product line uses the power of the technology to offer the same zero latency video and high image quality, adding further capabilities and features specifically customized for high-end products.
AMIMON is a fabless semiconductor company pioneering wireless uncompressed high-definition video for universal connectivity among CE, PC, mobile and professional video devices. Amimon is a founding member of WHDI™( www.whdi.org) consortium along with Hitachi, Motorola, Samsung, Sharp Sony and LG Electronics.
Ram Ofir is an accomplished business leader with over 20 years of experience in consumer electronic semiconductor. Prior to joining Amimon Ram served as a Sr. Vice President and the General Manager of the Home Entertainment group at Zoran Corporation, with focused business in Digital Television, Blu-ray and Set-Top-Box. In his career he has served in various engineering, marketing and management positions, including as Vice President Engineering and General Manager of Zoran Microelectronics Ltd site in Haifa, Israel. Ram’s deep and diverse business expertise, vision, customer oriented strategy and product execution enabled the company to reach lead position in its target markets. Prior to joining Zoran, he held engineering positions at National Semiconductor. Ram holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Technion, the Israel Institute of Technology.
David Shefler joined the company in 2007. He brings over 25 years of experience in Management, Sales, Global Business Development and Marketing in the Consumer Electronics, Wireless, Mobile and IT markets. Prior to joining AMIMON, David was the founder and CEO of KunaTech, a technology-enabled service company. Before that, he held several management and business positions, including Business Development Manager for Texas Instruments’ Short Distance Wireless Business Unit. David holds a BSc.EE. from the Technion in Haifa.
David joined Amimon in 2013 as the company Director of Finance. Prior to Amimon David worked as Finance Director for Airspan Networks, a global provider of 4G broadband systems and solutions, acting as the head of finance for operations in Israel. Prior to Airspan David worked as Assistant Controller at 3M Attenti, and before that worked at Ernst & Young. David holds an MBA from Reccanati School of Business Administration at Tel Aviv University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Accounting from the College of Management in Rishon Lezion.
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Defines the system's HW and SW behavior.
Works closely with the customer support group in order to understand and to solve system bugs
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AMIMON is the largest supplier for home wireless video links. Chosen by Sony, Mitsubishi, Sharp & LG, WHDITM is used to interconnect wirelessly between any video source and any TV in home.
Amimon zero-latency solution is the only solution to keep a modern interactive 'touchy' user experience over a true high-quality wirless link
Amimon real-time Wireless Video solutions are an excellent choice for remote viewing and controlling.
Amimon is a developer and provider of Integrated Circuit (IC) as well as complete solutions for the rapidly growing wireless High-Defintion audio-video market. Amimon's baseband and RF IC allow the assembly of complete high-quality, ultra-low latency and robust solutions for multiple devices and applications.
AMIMON offers wireless modules for multiple products that serve various markets needs. These modules can be customized Hardware & Software wise to the specific customer needs according to its market requirements. Being ready for the market, they are used as isfor integration into an end-product, or as a great starting point for a customized module allowing quick introduction to the markets.
The Dove modules set (AMN35120/AMN36524) is a complete reference design for a stand-alone wireless Transmitter and receiver module set.
The AMN 2120/2220 transmitter and receiver chipsets are the 2nd generation of AMIMON's baseband wireless video modem.
Amimon's Video Modem solution utilizes both MIMO and OFDM technologies to allow for the magic of Joint Source Channel Coding (JSCC) capability to transmit full uncompressed 1080p60 HD video resolution over a bandwidth of 40MHz. The multiple-input and multiple-output, or MIMO, is the term used for multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver to improve communication performance.
MIMO technology offers a significant increase in data throughput and link range without additional bandwidth or increased transmit power. It achieves this by spreading the same total transmit power over the antennas to achieve an array gain that improves the spectral efficiency (more bits per second per hertz of bandwidth) or to achieve a diversity gain that improves the link reliability (reduced fading). Because of these properties, MIMO is an important part of modern wireless communication standards, such as IEEE 802.11n (Wifi), 4G, 3GPP Long Term Evolution, WiMAX, HSPA+ and – WHDI.
Since spatial multiplexing techniques makes the receivers very complex, MIMO is typically combined with Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing, or OFDM modulation, where the problems created by multi-path channel are efficiently handled. WHDI standard incorporates MIMO-OFDM (in comparison, the IEEE 802.16e standard incorporates MIMO-OFDMA; and the IEEE 802.11n standard recommends MIMO-OFDM).
Amimon's MIMO implementation allows for 4x5 or 2x5 MIMO channel model.
This means the transmitter sends multiple streams (two or four) by multiple transmit antennas. The transmit streams go through a matrix channel which consists of all possible paths (see diagram below) between the transmit antennas at the transmitter and the receive antennas at the receiver. Then, the receiver gets the received signal vectors by the five receiving antennas and decodes the received signal vectors into the original information.
The use of five receiving antennas allows the receiver to choose the "best" four out of five received signals for solving the channel's matrix.
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