Question about Uniden Cordless Phone
Being on two unique frequencies, they should coexist happily on the same phone lines, but avoid putting the base units in "too close" proximity of one another... Harmonic radiations (Radio Frequency Interference at multiples or fractions of the carrier freq.) are more pronounced and problematic at close range. So try and isolate base units as much as feasibly possible. A transmitter on one frequency can overload a too nearby receiver's initial frequency filtering ability via blunt force of signal strength. Signal strength drops exponentially by distance so a little space increase can make a big difference. Three to five feet separation is usually adequate, and depending on how well designed and well tuned the indivual units are, they might possibly work fine right next to each other... But if they don't, separate 'em!
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
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