I think they may have used my chip in Japan. But that's a nifty use of bonding for HD video. They would need to have a few seconds of buffer so they can reassemble the six cellular streams into one isochronous HD stream.

I was recently working on upgrading drone video from NTSC to HD (just 720P) a while back. There was a very nice chip that would compress an HD camera output into an H.264 digital stream. Their existing radio had the needed bandwidth, so all we had to do was get the compression chip on board. It went very well. I think all the military drone operators are now getting HD images back.