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Topic # 9133 23-Aug-2006 09:12
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can someone suggest a good cordless phone which wont interfere with my Wi-fi conenction please?

I bought the 2.4GHz phone thinking they had the best range, but after I implemented the Wireless.... you know it..

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  Reply # 44544 23-Aug-2006 09:42
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Buy a DECT phone - they operate in the 1.8GHz range.

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  Reply # 44548 23-Aug-2006 10:57
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or a 5.8ghz phone, I've heard they're decent, there's an article about it here:

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  Reply # 44549 23-Aug-2006 11:21
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So 1.8MHz or 5.8 wont interfere..
Anyone used both, any comparisons?

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  Reply # 44553 23-Aug-2006 12:22
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suvneet: So 1.8MHz or 5.8 wont interfere..
Anyone used both, any comparisons?

I have used all there, DECT phones are fine for your normal house.

I am currently using 2.4's at home with a Wireless network and I am having no issues at all, and the best 2.4 phone for distance I have found to be Unidens 2315's. 5.8 offers better clarity (well thats the idea) over 2.4, althrough I found the range on the Uniden DSS7815's was lacking (specd at upto 800 within line of sight), and the 2315 which is specd at 600m to be better (without wireless that is). In saying that the Uniden 5.8's are really good, and the range is better than the Panasonics I have tried and the Vtechs.


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