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Old 16th August 2007, 20:35   #1
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Whenever I give juice/electricity to my z5450 my wireless network stops working in the room where my z5450s are standing... what a frigup this is...
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Did you already try to change the channel on the router for WIFI? seems your wireless speaker set is jamming the network
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2.4Ghz on both is the reason.
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yes, but normally 2.4Ghz has different channels, and you can select the CH on most routers

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Often times two narrow bandwidth to get rid of cross over. Cross over is more profounded when one of the device has stronger transmission power; and the receivier has poor signal separation.

Page 6, explains how close they are.
http://csd.ssvl.kth.se/~csd2003-team...N2N_IP_1_0.pdf

Unlikey, the cheapo Logitech is transmitting at wider bandth.

This is the main reason 5.8Ghz wireless phone is introduced. I try to stay away from using two devices of similar frequency.

Been in HAM operation for many years. SSB 10 meter radio.
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@Doc: told you to wire things up

I hope these probs you have are at parents house, not your own, where you should have preinstalled CAT5E/6 cables everywhere
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The wireless signals are sent from the Control Centre to each of the rear satellites at a frequency of 2.4GHz. If that sound familiar its because it’s the same band used by standard Wi-Fi and Cordless DECT phones. The potential signal clashes could make for an un-listenable mess so to counter that Logitech has implemented a system where the signal hops over 38 channels with the 2.4GHz band within 20 milliseconds.
Here is your problem- Hopping over 38 channels = wide bandwidth coverage enough to cross over.
http://www.trustedreviews.com/multim...ss-Speakers/p3
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great thinking from Logitech
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ah well, other speaker set then

getting cables everywhere in this place is simply a carnage, I've seen enough drills allready
i's big, it's built and it's all concrete.
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5.8Ghz wireless speaker system

http://www.amphony.com/products/l1550.htm
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