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bought one yesterday, delivers excellent signal and doesnt interfere with my wireless router either.

Manufacturer: Nikkai

Ultra-compact wireless video sender
Send digital TV upstairs or to another room without cables
Compatible with practically any video source (DVD, TV, satellite, PC, etc)
For use with Freeview, free-to-air and Sky TV boxes
Change channel from another room with the built-in IR remote repeater Ideal Stable 2.4GHz signal operates through most walls, floors and ceilings
PAL and NTSC compatible
Very easy to set up
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#1
I just wish these didn't interfere with WiFi :-(
#2
yep do NOT use these things if you have a wireless network as they totally muck up wireless networks as they operate in the same wireless range.
#3
according to the above - they dont, but I have some I got a while back - no end of wifi woes :( - insane that two common bits of kit should use the same bandwidth range!! - how daft.. my old Pal-I video sender came out and performed much better!! - but apprently those things are illegale these days - ha!!
#4
can someone confirm compatibility of these with a wireless network? me last video senders i had to give away wheni went wireless network as it totally blocked it out, however i know some people who seem to be running senders and wireless routers fine :/
#5
i have these same ones from maplin which i bought for same price when offer was out a few months back. i have stopped using them as i did not require them, however i did not notice any problems with the picture or the wifi - both seemed to work fine even though they use same 2.4ghz bandwidth.

i only seem to remember the microwave causing some interferance with the picture
#6
ok , i have something similar and i stopped using them . guess why ? they interfered with the car lock system of all cars in the area . it took a specialist to find out about them ... !!!! received a letter saying that the interference was coming from my house ... !!! strangeley , i was using a wireless internet that time and never had problems !!!!!
#7
Got rid of mine because of the things mentioned above.
#8
i Dont have this particluar brand of sender but similar ones that work on the 2.4ghz bandwidth, i have found the wireless network does sometimes drop out when the wireless sender is plugged in. However as i only really want to use my video sender to watch sky when in bed i just turn the sender on before i go up bed as nobody will be using the wireless at this time so not a problem.
#9
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i Dont have this particluar brand of sender but similar ones that work on the 2.4ghz bandwidth, i have found the wireless network does sometimes drop out when the wireless sender is plugged in. However as i only really want to use my video sender to watch sky when in bed i just turn the sender on before i go up bed as nobody will be using the wireless at this time so not a problem.

So it just kills your neighbours wifi connection instead. LOL
#10
I dont go to bed till about 12 at the earliest so cant see it being too much a problem, and the wireless does generally work but as i said now and again it seems to cause dropouts.

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