At 10:50 AM 03/14/2007, you wrote:
>On Wed, 14 Mar 2007 07:26:51 -0400, Cortland Richmond wrote:
> >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
>Yes. Telephones are notorious for receiving RFI because of their poor
>design. The K-Com filters are known to work on the RF coupled from the
>phone line. Google to find them.
> >If it were I (grin), I'd first clean up problems with the analog
> >'phones and THEN switch to wireless.
>Yes. And you may find that the wired phones work well enough that you
>don't need the wireless ones (unless you simply want the convenience).
...And when you do, make sure they're DSS (Digital Spread Spectrum) types,
as well, if possible. Security in cordless phones is often lacking.
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