Question about Uniden Cordless Phone
Hi, this is an unusual problem on a new phone. Could possibly be radio frequency interference close by.
Some cordless phones operate on the same frequencies as in-home wireless networks. I believe this is the 2.8 megahertz frequency. The phones and the wireless networks can interfere with each other.
Most newer cordless phones are higher frequency (5.8 megahertz?). Wireless networks shouldn't interfere with those phones, but there could be other things that could (e.g., transformers on power poles).
If the phones are new, you might consider taking them back and getting another model.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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