Amy is a second-grade teacher and they are getting ready to head back into the classroom for doing zoom calls to her student. The problem is, her wifi hubs keep dropping the internet signals. She's told her cordless phones are causing the problem. Leo says it could be, depending on what frequency the phone is operating at. 2.4 GHz is a very congested spectrum and cordless phones operate on that, so it could be interfering.
But Leo suspects there could be other problems as well.
Streaming is a very demanding thing though, it and could be that newer gear could solve the problem. WiFi also interferes with other WiFi, so it could be that the network is just overloaded with all the teachers using it at once.
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