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What is the wireless range of the SimpliSafe base station?

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The SimpliSafe base station has a wireless range of 400-500 feet.

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You don't give much information to go on here; it would have been a great help if you'd added details of the make and model and whether the problem occurs some or all of the time.

Assuming it's a cordless home telephone then your phone is telling you that it cannot communicate with the base station. Typically this will be when you're too far away (out of range, hence "range out"). Too far away simply means that either the phone or base station antennas are not fully extended (not all models have external antennas though), or it can mean that there's too many solid walls/obstructions between the phone and the base station; these kinds of phones can also have problems with certain types of building construction. It can also be if there's interference on the carrier waveband, so try switching the base station and all phones to an alternative band if available. Other causes will be that the phone battery has been recharged to the point that it cannot hold sufficient power any more or that there's a fault with the base station. Any large metal objects close to the base station will also cause a weaker signal than normal.

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