Interference * Checklist of possible interference sources: o Microwave oven o 2.4 Ghz video or security camera link (X10). o Municipal wireless network. o Bluetooth devices (mouse, phone, PDA, headset, cell phone, etc.) o Portable wireless TV camera used at sports events. o Spread spectrum Frequency hopping cordless phones (e.g., Panasonic Gigarange) Note: 2.4 GHz phones are not an issue in the UK(Eur), as DECT phones operate from 1.88 GHz to 1.9 GHz. o Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g) wireless keyboard, PDA, and/or cell phone. o 2.4 GHz wireless gamepad and/or controller. o RF Excited Lighting (e.g., Fusion Lighting). See Part 18 RF Lighting, A Potential "Extinction Level Event" For Communications Users Of The 2.4 GHz Band o 2.4 GHz wireless baby monitor. o 2.4 GHz ham radio operation. o WISP (Wireless Internet Service Providers) which may be using non-Wi-Fi type of modulation (e.g., WiMAX). o Breezecom/Alvarion/Symbol/Raylink spread spectrum frequency hopping networks. o Western Multiplex or Proxim non-Wi-Fi wireless links (e.g., Lynx). o HomeRF spread spectrum frequency hopping network. o ZigBee IEEE 802.15.4 sensor wireless network. o Microwave fruit drying oven, plastic mold preheater. o Unstable high power Wi-Fi power amplifier spewing RF "garbage".