For what it's worth, I have 2 Dell keyboards that are within 5 feet of each
other; we've never had a problem with the keyboards and bases getting
confused. They are indeed 27Mhz, and if I look, I can actually find the
I don't run a high power station so I don't know how they'd deal with that.
On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 11:44 PM, Kenneth E. Harker <email@example.com
> On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 07:49:47PM -0600, Doug Smith wrote:
> > I have no experience with them in high-RF environments, but I do have
> > experience with them at work and have one bit of advice:
> > DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RUN MORE THAN ONE OF THESE ON THE SAME PREMISES!
> > (the remotes will automatically negotiate with the base station to find
> > a channel when the computer is booted. Problem is, if there's more than
> > one base station within range, you have no idea which one it's going to
> > handshake with! You could find the 40-meter keyboard controlling the
> > 10-meter computer.....)
> This depends on the model of keyboard I think. I have two identical
> Logitech wireless keyboard/mouse combos (a model that is now obsolete)
> in my office at work, sitting practically side-by-side, and I've never
> had them get confused with or interfere with each other.
> Kenneth E. Harker WM5R
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