Question about Uniden Lands Phones
I have a Uniden 3315 cordless phone that I've owned for almost 2 years now. In the past week we have found that we may have a crossed phone line with someone else, resulting in crackling and being able to hear the other person's conversation. My service provider tells me I have to change the 'frequency', how do I do that?
Your phone has Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), known as Digital European Cordless Telephone until 1995, The digital filters will prevent interference from the bandwidths used by phones and wi-fi.
Your phone also incorporates dynamic channel allocation which switches frequencies when noise(static) is encountered.
Eventually your conversations take a wire route down the road. You are getting some "cross talk", an actual scientific term used to describe signal transmission from one line parallel to another by magnetic eddy currents. I would call the phone company and have them trace the problem.
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