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do any of you guys have any problems with interference from cordless phones on an 802.11n network(5GHz)
The only time you should have interference is when they are on the same bandwidth like 2.4 GHz phones and 2.4 GHz wireless routers. I have a 2.4 GHz router and 5.8 GHz handsets.. the 5.8 GHz get REALLY good range. I can talk on the phone while getting the mail.. I bet I could even talk half way down the street.do any of you guys have any problems with interference from cordless phones on an 802.11n network(5GHz)
It's worth noting that US folks can only use the 900Mhz spectrum. Because in europe, 900Mhz is used for GSM cell phones and isn't license free.900Mhz spread spectrum man, I actually get twice the range with our kitchen phone over the rest of the 5.8Ghz phones.
I think you mean, the higher the bandwidth (i.e. the spectrum we are given) the higher the data transfer rate is. The propogation time isn't something to worry about on short distance wireless communications.Science tells us that the higher the frequency the faster data can travel however the longer the range the more the energy gets disappated.
Getting there, the higher the Carrier Frequency, typically the wider that band is. (i.e. they give you more spectrum to play about it), thus, you can make use of that spectrum to acheive faster data rates.The higher the frequency the higher the data rate [...]