Read this: You could be prosecuted if your broadband interferes with radio signals
Summary: As well as networking adapters, Ofcom said that in the past two years it had received complaints of electromagnetic interference from TV aerial amplifiers, electrical transformers, high voltage power cables and lighting, among other equipment. The regulator received 114 complaints of electromagnetic interference last year but had powers to resolve only three, it said. - www.telegraph.co.ukwww.telegraph.co.ukYou could be prosecuted if your broadban…
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