Several factors can limit and interfere with the signal of your network, including other electrical devices in the home and the structure of the home itself.
Many routers run at a frequency of 2.4 gigahertz (GHz), the same as some cordless phones. If your phone and router run at the same frequency, they could interfere with one another when both are in use.
If you suspect that your cordless phone might be interfering with your network signal, change the location of the cordless phone base to maximize the distance between the phone base and the router. If that does not resolve your problem, you also could consider buying a different cordless phone that uses the 5.8 GHz or 900 megahertz (MHz) frequencies. Before you go to that expense, however, first try having your router relocated. If you still have a weak signal, Contact Us.
Locating Your Router to Limit Interference
Keep these steps in mind when choosing a location for your router: