2.4 GHz for modem router and other wireless devices?

By horiageorg
Dec 17, 2005
  1. Both my DSL modem router and a wireless surveillance system (cameras and receiver) use the 2.4 GHz frequency; of course, one inactivates the other.
    Does anyone know a DSL modem router operating in another frequebcy range (fixed or adjustable)? :evil: :evil:
  2. Nodsu

    Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 5,837   +6

    802.11a WiFi standard uses the ~5GHz frequency. These devices are considered enterprise class though and cost more than your normal wireless.

    Have you tried changing the channel on your current WiFi gear? Changing it from 1 to 13 for example may be enough to make both your systems fit into the band.
  3. SultanGris

    SultanGris TS Booster Posts: 158

    i had a similar problem with my cordless phone, but as the phone randomly picked frequencys i had to get a 5.4 ghz phone, but if your servailance uses the same frequency all the time, changing the channel on your router should work just fine.
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