I understand that you have some questions in regards of the Intel® Wireless Display Technology.
On this case what I can suggest you is updating the firmware of the PTV, also change this adapter from one tv to the other one, if the issue follows the adapter then one of the PTV’s is not working properly and you might need to replace it.
The issue does not follow the adapter. As I stated in my email I've changed everything including HDMI cables, power supplies, adapters, inputs (both HDIM and Composite) and so forth. I did an update of the firmware and updated the Intel Widi software. Both adapters work fine in the room adjacent to our main "theater" room. Moving to the theater room both the PVT1000 and PTV2000 both cycle between the Intel "Splash" screen and no signal detected. The adapter never gets past the splash screen to the launch Intel Widi on your computer to connect screen. This only occurs in the "theater" room. Please read my original post as it details fairly well what I've tried to resolve this issue.
Firmware has been updated on both my PVT1000 and PVT2000.
I think the Panasonic TC-P50S30 Plasma HDMI input possibly does not have a long enough signal detect time. The Intel Widi Splash screen comes up, then an interim blue screen with horizontal lines. This second screen only last 2 seconds before the "no signal detected" message appears. The process continues endlessly.
On my Panasonic TC-L37U3 LCD the same sequence occurs, but the second screen is visible for 3 seconds then the screen will go dark, followed by the "Connect your computer" screen. Both adapters work fine on the LCD.
My question then becomes is this a firmware issue with the Widi or a signal detect time with the Plasma? If either, is there a solution?