Question about Graco Imonitor Digital Baby Monitor
I need a baby monitor, I had a few before, but they all suffered from a static interference problem caused by home radios.
Please recommend a baby monitor that doesn't suffer from this problem.
The Graco digital iMonitor scrambles the signal as it travels between the monitor and the receiver, making signals nearly impossible to be heard by others.
I had good experience with this product, it didn't suffer from the static noise problem.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Generally speaking, the baby monitor use a frequence of 2.4G to transmit the video signal, this frequence is the same or similar to you radio's. But there also have some 1.2G baby monitors in the market, those product clould have good performace in this problem.
Hope this help you!
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