Originally Posted by kyle-reece
... radio waves are electromagnetic waves...It is not I who should be reading anything, may i refer you to a dictionary?
as to the other wireless devices comment, you know the total amount of wireless devices i have in my house? its 1, and that's an infra-red remote control for a TV. nothing should be interfering with the signal of anything wireless used in my house simply because there isn't anything else to interfere with it.
While you are correct there, they are of a range that is not commonly referred to as "electromagnetic wave". Hence, with your other statements taken into account. You'll have to forgive my momentary thought that you were speaking on the terms of a completely uninformed layman & mistaking what you were saying.
But, it still doesn't preclude the fact that you haven't taken into account the wave propagation of your neighbors devices. Nor in this day & age am I inclined to believe that you don't have a single device capable of transmitting in the 2.4 Ghz frequency range. You have no wireless routers, no cordless phones, no VoIP, no BluTooth devices, wifi capable cell phone, no microwave ovens, no cable tv/satellite (yes, they do transmit a limited range), car alarms, in your home, nor in any proximity thereof?
Point being, your very willing to leap to conclusions without any evidence to back it up. Quite obviously, your not willing to investigate. As such, there's no reason to continue this discussion.Edited by Lucky 13 SpeedShop - 5/20/11 at 6:23pm