Wireless Network, And Bluetooth Interference With Cell Phones, And Cordless Phones

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by JANA, Mar 27, 2005.

  1. JANA

    JANA Guest

    Interesting scenerio.

    I have been reading a number of articles bringing up problems with cell
    phones, various wireless devices, and cordless phones.

    With the advent of the popularity of wireless networks, there is starting to
    be an interference problem with cellular phones, and the 2.4 gHz cordless
    phones, clashing with wireless networks. There are also other wireless
    devices that are effected.

    If you are buying a cordless phone, and live in an area where there may be
    wireless networks, and Bluetooth users, it is advisable to seriously
    consider a 5.8 gHz phone. These are more expensive, but are worth it, to not
    have reception problems.

    Many of the wireless systems, for computers, and industrial systems are
    working in a number of bands that are shared. These are in the approximate
    range of 320 ~ 380 mHz, 520 ~ 620 mHz, 800 ~ 900 mHz, and 1.2 ~ 2.5 gHz.
    These frequencies are approximate, and can vary in different parts of the
    world, according to their approved allocation. Over the last few years, the
    5 ~ 6 gHz bands have been opening up. If you contact your local
    communications authorities, you can find out the exact allocated frequency
    bands for your area.
    JANA, Mar 27, 2005
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  2. Only if "starting to" means began about 3-4 years ago
    Garage door openers, nanny cams, etc.
    Many "5.8GHz" phone bases actually transmit at 2.4GHz while the handsets
    transmit at 5.8GHz. And the fallacy that 5.8GHz is better because
    there's more hertz continues to be promoted by retailers and manufacturers.
    In the States it's 900MHz, 2.4GHz, 5.3GHz and 5.8GHz for unlicensed
    networking devices, with probably 99% falling in the 2.4 and 5.8GHz ranges.
    Local communications authorities? You mean, like the FCC?
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?R=F4g=EAr?=, Mar 27, 2005
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  3. JANA

    JANA Guest

    I was bringing up a point about getting out of the same band as the other
    devices. Not having something to do with the false representation that more
    gHz is better.

    You have a point about the frequency allocation for the base and the
    handset. But, the 5.8 gHz phones do solve this problem when it is apparent.

    Many sales people are putting on false representation that the higher gHz
    are better. The frequency will not really effect the actual performance of
    the phone. It is the power output of the base, the handset, and the overall
    quality of design. A good 800 mHz phone will sound just as good as a 2.4 or
    5.8 gHz phone, as long as the quality of design is there, and there is no
    JANA, Mar 27, 2005
  4. JANA

    gangle Guest

    How many times do you need to be told to STOP
    BY A TROLL? Are you retarded? What,
    exactly about this do you not understand?
    Do you understand ANYTHING about the
    mechanics of posting and netiquette?
    gangle, Mar 28, 2005
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    Mara Guest

    Mara, Mar 28, 2005
  6. JANA

    °Mike° Guest

    I don't understand them; would you clarify things
    for me, please?
    °Mike°, Mar 28, 2005
  7. JANA

    Damian Guest

    You're a sensitive poofta, ain't 'cha.
    Damian, Mar 29, 2005
  8. JANA

    Jana Guest

    That depends... I can be an aggressive bitch, or be a little .......



    You're a sensitive poofta, ain't 'cha.
    Jana, Mar 29, 2005
  9. Head back laffing, troll-enabler - the kook who made that
    mental virus needs a brain reformat. Netizens, here is a
    tip: The jealous, the rejected, the forgotten, the absent,
    the insane, filter articles posted from google groups, so
    removing garbage is easy, post from google groups.
    Princess Antonomasia, Mar 30, 2005
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