Quote: ?Both technologies work fine, but my 2.4 GHz Panasonic w/digital spread is vastly superior to my old Sony 900 MHz w/digital spread in terms of both range and call clarity (on the Panasonic, it's barely distinguishable from a hard-wired phone). So in that case, I would have to disagree.? Yeah using 900MHz, I notice that when ever someone calls me I do not understand what there are saying, may be I should switch. j/k
2.4GHz phones is one of the many ?senseless? products that are brought to the market so the people will keep buying. Together with marketing
it works very well to drain
our pocket, and interfere
with our Wireless.
If you would have the instrument that analyzes the transmitting signal you would find that there is interference.
The question is how much?
Every transmitted signal has a bandwidth. E.g. the transmission is not 2.4GHz, but a band bellows the central point and above the central point the further you move from the center the less is the signal, switching channel makes it functional by reducing the interfering signal.
However since the channels are very close it is still there ?interfering?, and probably reduces the quality of the Wireless Network.