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Tv pixulateing can my wireless router interfere with my tv ? seems that the tv sometimes distorts the pichure

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  • Jurie Human Oct 14, 2012

    Yes it can if by some obscure chance a standing reflective wave is close in frequency to your TV carrier wave frequency.It will not interfere with a satelite signal as the dish antenna is to directive.

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The router should have no effect on the TV.

If this is a CRT display, then magnetism causes distortion. Be it electric motors, fluorescent lamps, North and South poles of the earth depending on TV's facing, other CRT's, etc....


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Cordless phone on same bandwidth as wireless belkin router


Yes, you can change the bandwidth of your router if you are facing the interference problem. You can change the bandwidth and check whether both are still in the interference or not; continue to change BW, till its not in interference.

Apr 22, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Avoid factors that cause interfrence on the wireless connection.


If you are facing wireless interference on the wireless connection and have already tried resetting and changing wireless channel on the routers and the issue still persists then please check the factors that could cause wireless interference.

The factors you need to check:

1) Make sure that the router is sitting on a wooden desk. If it is sitting on any metallic surface or on top of your Monitor or CPU, please remove it and then keep it on a wooden or glass surface.

2) Some modems may create interference with the router. So it is always advice able that you place your router at least 3 feet away from the modem.

3) Since Your router is having internal antennas, the transmission capability of your router can be increased if your router is mounted vertically rather than keeping it horizontally.

4) Similarly, Make sure that the wireless adapter in your wireless computer is positioned in such a way that it can receive wireless signals generated from the router without any disturbances. If your wireless adapter is hiding inside any enclosed surface you can position it properly.

5) Similarly if you have a cordless phone operating at 2.4 Ghz, It will definitely interfere with the wireless signals generated from the router. Make sure that you keep your cordless phone away from the router or other wireless devices or you can even switch off the phone for sometime for testing purpose.

6) Also try disabling the personal firewalls in your computer like Mcafee, Norton Internet security, Spy ware, Zone alarm etc.

Hope this information allows you to resolve the issue.

on Feb 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My WRT300N seems to have trouble with wireless connections lately. The wireless indicator is a green light, blinking a bit from time to time. Most of the time the router just won't be detected, however...


I suppose you have not suppressed SSID broadcast? Sometimes, interference from neighbouring wireless devices such as Coreless Phone, unshielded powerful speakers etc., may cause interference. Try to keep any other wireless or magnetic device at least 5 - 6 feet away from router.

In the router admin panel, check if you have an option to change the WiFi Channel. usually channel 6 is quite crowded ... try some other channel and see if it is stable. If your router has "Auto" Channel option enabled, please change it to "Fixed" and try.

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I have a D-Link 524 router which enables me to work upstairs on my laptop. However, when my wife connects her laptop downstairs it seems to interfere with the signal and I lose my connection. Is there...


That doesn't seem right. When your wife connects, is she using wireless as well or is she on the LAN? You can attempt to change the channel inside the configuration utility in the d-link, but her logging on the LAN or wireless for that matter should not interfere with your performance at all. Weird. Many variables that could be causing this.

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Once router is configured connection through wireless is not good. Signal strength is excellent however on the router the wireless lights and ethernet light keeps flickering. Am wondering if this has...


hi this does sound like it may be the channel, sometimes if you live in an area where the people are using the same channel normally defaulted to 1 this can cause allot of problems, also things like tv remote's , microwave ovens, anything that can transmit a wave signal can interfere with the wireless signal, i myself have allot of interference in my are so i changed to channel 3, this has helped allot and i do not get much if any interference now so really try experimenting with different channels to see how you get on......hope this helps

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My laptop keeps dropping the wireless and I am having a hard time resetting - i can't understand why


There could be dozens of reasons for this. One of the most common is interference on a certain channel, often caused by neighbors's routers operating on the same channel. Change the channel on your router and see if things improve. Other sources of interference are 2.4MHz wireless telephones (even when on-hook), microwave ovens, and locating the router too close to a water heater or aquarium. The bad news is that reoccurring drops in wireless signal is also a common symptom of a failing router; you can sometimes diagnose this by unplugging and replugging the router's power cord the next time you experience a drop and see if the connection comes back without doing anything to the laptop.

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Wireless laptop wont pick up wireless at home


Try to improve the wireless range of your router
1.
Position your wireless router in a central location.
Move the router off the floor and away from walls and metal objects. Metal, walls, and floors will interfere with your router's wireless signals. The closer your router is to these obstructions, the worse the interference, and the weaker your signal will be.
2.Change the wireless channel of your router. Sometimes one wireless channel is clearer than others.
a.Open a Web Browser on the computer. In the address bar of the Web Browser type http://192.168.2.1
b.Click Login in the upper right hand corner of the page. The router does not ship with a password, so just click submit
c.Click on Channel and SSID the left hand column under the Wireless heading.
d.Change the wireless channel that your router is broadcasting on.
Note: You don't need to change your computer's configuration, because it'll automatically detect the new channel.

Nov 20, 2009 | Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)

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D-Link DIR-628 wireless connection flickering


You are getting some kind of elecrical/wireless interference. This is difficult to trace. Have you noticed any electrical interference on the TV screen when the wireless connections drops off?
It could be as simple as someone using an arc welder in your area.
Or a neighbour heating up something in their microwave oven (this oven can be faulty and is leaking microwave energy).
If you can identify the source of interference then you may find a solution.
There are a few things you can try.
Get a surge protection power board and connect your computer equipment and wireless router to this power board.
You can configure the wireless router to a different channel, one that is not used by your neighbours so that the wireless signal won't interfer with each other.
Have a look at the signal strength to your computer, if it is weak then move the router away from walls and/or raise the router to a higher location to improve the signal strength.
I hope this info helps you fix your problems.

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My linksys connection sometimes shows that another wireless network by the name of "Green Table" is within range and my connection strength seems to become lower when the "Green Table network" appears. My...


I would go into your settings of your router and change your channel.  It sounds to me like you are getting outside interferance with another router on the same channel.  If you need more assistance, please let me know and I will help you as much as I can.

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This could be due to many factors. A few to look at is:

Move the router closer to the PC

Update the drivers on the PC, making sure the wireless network card is not using windows drivers alone (re-installing the drivers from the CD or website will fix this.)

If the wirless network on the PC is a USB pen type, then change it to a different port. Or, it may need USB 2. If your PC does not have this, you can purchase a USB 2 PCI card from ebay for under £10.

Try unplugging any DECT (digital cordless) phones in the house, as they may be interfering.

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