Could this be the answer?
Filed under: Chuckles, Technology & ideas
Took 1 google search to find the answer:
And I think that says what we need to know.
Too many people close together on the same bandwidth cause problems…
They do indeed.
I’m having some problems at home with my WiFi router interfeering with my DECT phone. It seems silly that the DECT base station is not integrated with the router, after all BT calls are now over IP anyway.
You should see some of the BT business problems with two of my techie friends. It seems BT does ordinary reasonably – a few dropouts now and then and very slow – but when they try to do Business, it’s appalling. State provider trying to be cutting edge private.
I had that problem too. I found that changing the channel/bandwidth on the router to one that wasn’t close to the bandwidth of my phone solved the problem.
I now have other bandwidth problems…
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