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    Default 2.4GHz - odd spectrum wide interference

    Hi folks,

    This is a new pattern for me - see attached.
    Is this a freq shifting cordless?
    It's booming from neighbor's house and I'd like to be spot on on the actual cause of this god-awful interference, which cripples my 2.4 GHz devices.

    Thanks,
    Eugen
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    Is the interference continuous or nearly so? Is it there when your neighbor is gone or asleep?
    I suspect the cause is A/V equipment. Why don't you ask your neighbor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ua549 View Post
    Is the interference continuous or nearly so? Is it there when your neighbor is gone or asleep?
    I suspect the cause is A/V equipment. Why don't you ask your neighbor?
    Permanent. I intend to talk to the neighbor, but they are new and I would like to not start talking to them with Hi, welcome to the neighborhood, please turn off whatever that gear is...
    Anyway, I was hoping that someone has seen this exact pattern and made it easier.

    It is more likely to be a frequency shifting cordless, as far as I am concerned.
    But I will confirm, eventually and provide an update, for others' benefit.
    I have not found such pattern in this forum.

    Thanks,
    Eugen

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    I would think that the interfering signal would stronger. In the US 2.4 GHz FHSS signals can be 1000 times stronger than 802.11 signals - 1 watt vs. 1 milliwatt. You may wish to consider moving to the 802.11ac standard.
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