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Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Matt H, Apr 3, 2006.

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  1. Matt H

    Matt H Guest

    hi we recently bought the uniden WDECT 2355+2 cordless telephone which
    operates on the 2.4ghz however the problem we have is it is interfering with
    out wirless video reciever which also operates on the 2.4ghz i was wondering
    can i somehow change the phone channel to elimate the interferace as it is
    causeing pulsating interfance from the phone base, and yes i have tried to
    change hte channels on the video sender and that hasnt help regards

    Matt
     
  2. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Unlikely you can correct it Matt,

    Spread spectrum or frequency hopping may be used on either or both so
    little chance they can be fully separated, suggest send polite but
    firmly worded letter to both manufacturers and see what happens,
    oh and CC the distributors and Choice magazine, cheers

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    Regards
    Mike
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  3. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    No point sending any letters as it is not a protected band.

    Ken
     
  4. 2.4GHz also interferes with wireless PC networks.
    Take it back and buy a 1.8GHz one. If you can't find a
    Uniden one, try a Panasonic, I'm very happy with ours.
    There's also 5.6, but they're more line-of-sight and $more.
    Handsets that do speaker-phone adds a lot to the price, but
    IMO is worth it, especially if you phone-bank etc, 'cos you
    can see the keys you're pressing while you listen.
     
  5. Mike

    Mike Guest

    Well certainly not to the ACA or any other communications authority,
    but raising the issue with the manufacturers could offer a work around
    and provides feedback etc There is value in that paradigm, I've used
    it before and there shouldnt be any resistance to pursuing it etc.

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    Regards
    Mike
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  6. Matt H

    Matt H Guest

    hi all,
    i eventually got a reply from uniden and they said to unplug the
    power and the batteries out of the phone leave it for a couple of mins i
    tried this several times and it seems to make no difference all well just
    have to put up with it i suppose, thanks to all who helped

    Matt
     
  7. I have recently purchased the same model Uniden cordless phone 2355 (+3). I
    have a 2.4 GHz network adapter to talk to the PC in my workshop. The
    distance between the phone base & the network adapter is about 5 feet. I
    have had zero problems with either the phone or the wireless network access.
    Perhaps place the network adapter a greater distance from the phone base.

    My 2 bob worth.

    Angelo Sartore

    Melbourne
    AUSTRALIA

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  8. Andrew M

    Andrew M Guest

    I second that motion.

    I have a Uniden WDECT phone 20cm away from the WLAN router.

    I do notice an occasional blanking of audio (20-50ms only) but otherwise
    no noticeable problems on either WLAN or phone.

    -Andrew M
     
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