Cordless phone interference

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I suspect that my cordless Uniden Wdect 3315 R phone is responsible for disconnecting my cable wi fi wireless connection. Is there something that can be done, apart from throwing the phone in the bin, to stop the interference, maybe a shield?? Any experience and ideas on this??(y)
 

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Just curious, if you unplug the phone and pull the battery out of the handset, do you still have interference? Most 2.4ghz cordless phones don't have any issues with wireless a/b/g/n networks. If you still have problems you remove all power from the phone then I'd say it isn't the phone. If that fixes it, I would suggest getting a different cordless phone.
 

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30-Apr-2010, 01:17 AM #2
Just curious, if you unplug the phone and pull the battery out of the handset, do you still have interference? Most 2.4ghz cordless phones don't have any issues with wireless a/b/g/n networks. If you still have problems you remove all power from the phone then I'd say it isn't the phone. If that fixes it, I would suggest getting a different cordless phone.
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You can change the wireless channel in the router, keep changing it until you get a stable one.

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