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The picture you posted looks like it has the channel setting option. Notice at the bottom there are three little holes that are (as I recall) either red, yellow or green. You have to set the channel on both the transmitter in the baby's room, and in the receiver you keep with you, so that they have the same pattern of colored dots in those holes. When they have the same pattern, they're on the same radio channel. If you can hear a neighbor's monitor, pick a different color pattern to change channels. As long as both units have the same pattern, you should hear the baby, not the beeping.
Change the channel or code setting. It's also possible the 'pairs" for your house and your neighbors are "crossed". Does it happen with all phones or just the cordless one. If it's all phones, the problem is in the phone lines.
Talk nice to him and try to concince him to install a Lo Pass filter. Technicaly, his radio should be insatlled as not to cause problems with his neighbors. Perhaps his equipment needs better grounding or he may be running more power than is legal, as well as over modulating his signal.
In my area when this tyoe of pro blem occurs we have the right to talk / report to the proper authorities and have the offender cooperate or be taken off the air...............The erasiest way is that he installs the filter.
A delay may be caused by interference from other radio sources. I heard of one case where a woman's cell phone call overpowered the transmit power of her baby monitor.
Other things that can cause interference or other receiver problems: 1. monitor in contact or close proximity to running appliances or their cords. (induced electromagnetic field) 2. neighbor with baby monitor on same channel ('cross-talk') 3. distance between transmitter and receiver too far (the strength of a radio signal fall dramatically over larger distances. think of how often you lose cell phone coverage) 4. reduced power: low battery strength or cooked power supply 5. transmitter or receiver insulated from signal (if your monitor was transmitting/receiving through any metal obstruction)