O Fallon, MO
|reply to sempergoofy |
Re: I think I may have solved the problem
Odd. Sounds like the PC wifi radio must be bad.
You never know, the diagnosis could be wrong, too. That's why I want to watch it for a while to verify it doesn't get flaky again. But so far the correlation seems to hold.
nohup rm -fr /&
|reply to nunya |
Could be a poor receiver design on the opener, with lousy out-of-band rejection. Or the frequency used could be a subharmonic of the WiFi frequency. It could even be a result of mixer products (spurs).