Question about Vtech T2455 Cordless Phone
Well, besides being double in frequency its just the frequency the phone is using to talk back to it's base station. The higher the frequency, the more power consumption required to cover a longer range. The only reason phones are constantly changing frequencies is because as we keep developing wireless devices that are interfering with existing devices and must use a different frequency to avoid the conflict. If your next question is would a 6Ghz (it's actually 5.8Ghz) phone be better than a 2.4Ghz phone. Only if you are having issues with a wireless router that is running at 2.4Ghz and your dropping offline because of it. Otherwise, I don't think they are worth the extra money.
Sorry if long winded but I hope this helps a little.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I most cases it should not matter that you have different phones to 1 phone line. You should make sure that all the phones are running off the main feed box for your property and not off each other. Check that all the wires are connected in each port and that the phone line running between the phone itself and the feed box does not exceed 50 feet because this can cause the phone to echo or not work at all.
Posted on Aug 11, 2006
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