Posted on 2006-06-08
Last Modified: 2013-11-09

i have a tower with 4 antennas using for cordless phones

if i put wifi antenna on the same tower, will there be any  Interference  problems?
Question by:ammadeyy

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    phones used are senao high range phones

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    cordless phone using is senao sn-358
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    There will be interference if you use 2.4 GHz phones and the Wifi is either 802.11b or 802.11g, as they run on that frequency.  Also, if this Wifi antenna you are using is omni-directional, than surely there will be interference, if it is a directional antenna then you may be ok, depending on the polarization (horizontal or vertical) you use.

    802.11a uses a 5 GHz frequency, so no interference there.

    You may also want to see if you can get a 900 MHz antenna.


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    im thinking to use netgear ANT24D18, so the option is polarization?

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