Illustration for article titled Philips DECT Baby Monitor is Interference Free

We've covered many DECT-capable cordless phones and Skype phones here, whose main attraction is non-interference with the already crowded 2.4 GHz spectrum. David P. over at Boing Boing discovered that the benefits of DECT's (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) 1.9 GHz extends to baby monitors as well, when he found that all standard baby monitors use either the 900 MHz or the 2.4 GHz range for communications.

After using the $200 Philips DECT Baby Monitor for six months, he's discovered negligible interference, which completely justifies the semi-costly price tag. Better to spend the cash now than to discover baby's gone and smeared poopy all over the place.


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