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# Noisy Phone & Wireless Router

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#### Ian_

Jan 1, 1970
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Uniden WDECT 2355 Cordless phone

NetGear Wireless Router DG834GU

NetGear WG511v2 PC Card

Am running the above, on my wireless network.

The phone is very noisy. Switch Router off noise goes.

Both are using 2.4GHz. Router was original on ch9.

Changed channels, made little difference.

Daughter has similar setup, and phone lives on top of router,

No noise.

Any help appreciated ...Ian

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#### atec 7 7

Jan 1, 1970
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Ian_ said:
Uniden WDECT 2355 Cordless phone

NetGear Wireless Router DG834GU

NetGear WG511v2 PC Card

Am running the above, on my wireless network.

The phone is very noisy. Switch Router off noise goes.

Both are using 2.4GHz. Router was original on ch9.

Changed channels, made little difference.

Daughter has similar setup, and phone lives on top of router,

No noise.

Any help appreciated ...Ian
buy a 3.8 phone

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#### Alan Rutlidge

Jan 1, 1970
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atec 7 7 said:
buy a 3.8 phone

I doubt it is RF interference between your ADSL wireless router and the
cordless phone.
If you have a security system you should have an ADSL central splitter
installed somewhere in your telephone line.
If no security system then there should be an ADSL in-line filter installed
between the telephone line input on you cordless base station.
Sometimes these filters can go faulty but doesn't stop either the phone or
In some cases, one filter isn't enough to eliminate the ADSL signal from
making it into the cordless phone's base station. Try cascading 2 filters.
Also some filters don't work properly if connected the wrong way round.
Make sure the LINE side is connected to the telephone line and the PHONE
side connected to the cordless telephone bas station.

Cheers,
Alan

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#### The Real Andy

Jan 1, 1970
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I doubt it is RF interference between your ADSL wireless router and the
cordless phone.
If you have a security system you should have an ADSL central splitter
installed somewhere in your telephone line.
If no security system then there should be an ADSL in-line filter installed
between the telephone line input on you cordless base station.
Sometimes these filters can go faulty but doesn't stop either the phone or
In some cases, one filter isn't enough to eliminate the ADSL signal from
making it into the cordless phone's base station. Try cascading 2 filters.
Also some filters don't work properly if connected the wrong way round.
Make sure the LINE side is connected to the telephone line and the PHONE
side connected to the cordless telephone bas station.

Cheers,
Alan

My old uniden phone needed 2 filters in series.

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#### Ian_

Jan 1, 1970
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I doubt it is RF interference between your ADSL wireless router and the
cordless phone.

It appears you have hit the nail on the head.
Have a corded phone on the kitchen wall, on an ADSL2+
wall phone filter. (F2932) DSE

Removed phone off wall, noise still there.
Removed filter off the wall, appears to have fixed problem
If you have a security system you should have an ADSL central splitter
installed somewhere in your telephone line.

Have a security system which normally just dials me, why not just
plain adsl filter instead of central filter.
If no security system then there should be an ADSL in-line filter installed
between the telephone line input on you cordless base station.
Sometimes these filters can go faulty but doesn't stop either the phone or

The kitchen phone is where the line comes in off the street.
From there it goes to where the PC is located along with wireless
router and alarm. Have a 3 socket plate on wall.
One for the router, one for alarm (if used) and
one for phone lead from PC which I use for faxing.

Line continues and ends at Main bedroom where cordless base is
located. Is it too complicated?
In some cases, one filter isn't enough to eliminate the ADSL signal from
making it into the cordless phone's base station. Try cascading 2 filters.
Also some filters don't work properly if connected the wrong way round.
Make sure the LINE side is connected to the telephone line and the PHONE
side connected to the cordless telephone bas station.

2 x filters @ around $25 to$30 each, soon adds up!

Thanks Alan for your help

Regards Ian

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#### atec 7 7

Jan 1, 1970
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Bob said:
Price is not an indicator of usefulness , an example would be the adsl2
filter used by helstra which is close to that price retail and very
effective , the dsl1 filter is cheap but obviously wont do the job as well.

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#### Bob Larter

Jan 1, 1970
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atec said:
Bob said:
Ian_ said:
On Wed, 29 Apr 2009 23:12:19 +0800, "Alan Rutlidge" [...]
In some cases, one filter isn't enough to eliminate the ADSL signal
from making it into the cordless phone's base station. Try
Also some filters don't work properly if connected the wrong way
round. Make sure the LINE side is connected to the telephone line
and the PHONE side connected to the cordless telephone bas station.

2 x filters @ around $25 to$30 each, soon adds up!

$25-$30? Ouch! Shop around, you should be able to get them a lot
cheaper than that:

<http://www.myshopping.com.au/ZM--362998663_Modems_Routers>
Price is not an indicator of usefulness , an example would be the adsl2
filter used by helstra which is close to that price retail and very
effective , the dsl1 filter is cheap but obviously wont do the job as well.

All it is, is a fscking low-pass filter! How complicated does it need to be?

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#### atec 7 7

Jan 1, 1970
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Bob said:
atec said:
Bob said:
Ian_ wrote:
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In some cases, one filter isn't enough to eliminate the ADSL signal
from making it into the cordless phone's base station. Try
Also some filters don't work properly if connected the wrong way
round. Make sure the LINE side is connected to the telephone line
and the PHONE side connected to the cordless telephone bas station.

2 x filters @ around $25 to$30 each, soon adds up!

$25-$30? Ouch! Shop around, you should be able to get them a lot
cheaper than that:

<http://www.myshopping.com.au/ZM--362998663_Modems_Routers>
Price is not an indicator of usefulness , an example would be the
adsl2 filter used by helstra which is close to that price retail and
very effective , the dsl1 filter is cheap but obviously wont do the
job as well.

All it is, is a fscking low-pass filter! How complicated does it need to
be?
Surprising as it is much more complicated than it should be .

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