The wireless part'll be clear, but if the base units you get are
susceptible to RF on telephone and power lines, you may still have
problems. If it were I (grin), I'd first clean up problems with the analog
'phones and THEN switch to wireless. Dare I assume the RF noise is coming
from your own station?
> [Original Message]
> From: Frank T Brady <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Date: 3/14/2007 5:59:35 AM
> Subject: [RFI] Cordless 5.8ghz phones
> Ahoy doldrum mates
> I just went to cable digital phone service.
> I want to switch from my analog telephones to a 5.8ghz base station with
> 3 satellite phones spread around the apt.
> My analog phones picked up a lot of RF noise and I'm hoping their are
> good quality (rejection) cordless systems.
> I don't want to spend approximately $200 and be stuck with something
> inferior as far as rejection goes.
> If not, I will be limited to purchasing from the (few) distributors that
> permit return in case it is inferior.
> Any suggestions?
> Tx and 73
> Frank W0ECS
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