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jimisbell
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:02 pm    Post subject: 15 minutes to trash????

It doesnt bother me, but my wife is driving me crazy because of it.

After 15 minutes of operation....and sometimes immediately....there is a breaking up of the signal, either one way or both ways. It is similar to being on a cell phone that is in a marginal position...even though both phones are regular land lines. It sometimes is there and other times its not, but usually its when my big mouthed wife talks too long.

I am running XPe on a T5700 with 512/512 at 1.2ghz.

Is there any cure for this?
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PTravel
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2010 9:46 pm    Post subject:

It might be data throttling by your ISP, in which case there's nothing you can do but complain to them. I'm currently traveling through southeast Asia. In some areas in China, I have a similar problem -- perfect communications then, after a few minutes, calls will break up. After a moment or two, the situation resolves.

I'd recommend monitoring the data throughput of your internet connection and seeing if it doesn't drop off when you experience the call break-ups.
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jimisbell
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 16, 2010 11:04 pm    Post subject:

The problem is SOLVED. I dont know why, but I do know what.

I had a wifi card in the desktop that drew only power from the desktop and was connected to the router and also had an antenna. A few weeks ago I was having trouble with the wifi and decided to unplug it from the router. But I left it in the desktop.

Today while trying to talk on the phone while sitting in front of the computer I noticed the display flicker in tune to the interferance. I unpluged the desktop from the router and the telephone interferance went away!!! (the telephone runs off the thin client on another port of that router)

So then I tried removing the non used wifi card and then pluging the desk top back into the router. The interference did not come back. So the wifi card was in some way interfering with the phone.
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