Amimon the Market Leader in HD Wireless Video
Wireless HD video is creating a revolution in content creation and consumption. AMIMON, a market leader in zero latency wireless HD video, has developed an exclusive technology to harness the power of mobile cameras and fixed video sources, and bring HD content to remote display screens or distribution switches.
AMIMON develops and manufactures HD wireless video modules recognized as the standard solution for real-time wireless video for a wide range of applications. It’s highly disruptive digital & RF semiconductor video modem technology combines the high quality and low latency attributed to cable connectivity with the endless advantages of wireless applications augmented by multicast and broadcast capabilities.
Amimon operates globally, successfully providing wireless solutions to leading OEMs in the professional video market, the medical market, and the professional installation market. In the last years, we market final products to end-customers in the drone market, both for the professional heavy lifting drones and for the hobby small & quick racing quads.
Established in 2004, AMIMON is headquartered in San Jose, California, with offices in Ra’anna, Israel; Tokyo, Japan; Taipei, Taiwan and Shenzhen, China.
The solutions Amimon offers are fully designed by the company. Our unique Joint-Source-Channel-Coding (JSCC) algorithms were developed specifically to enable zero delay delivery of high-definition and ultra-high-definition video, through designing our own chipset, and to a complete planning and architecture of the wireless system to fit the market requirements.
Early this year the company demonstrated its third generation wireless chipset to address 4K resolution that is becoming a mass trend in its core markets.The new chipset and solutions improve’s wireless video connectivity, re-drawing the boundaries for UHD quality, zero latency robust video connectivity. By the support of higher resolution above FHD the chipset extends the coverage of new applications and use cases such as wireless VR. Designs based on this new chipset are expected to be available by end of this year.