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Wireless Router: Apple Time Capsule (4th Gen). I believe this is the current model.
Model #: MD032LL/A.
Serial #: C86GFDYTDM73.
The Cradle where the video monitor sits is actually pretty close to the router, approximately 2 to 3 feet away.
Check out the system:
The cameras are wireless. They supply a feed to the monitor which sits in a cradle. The cradle is connected to the router via ethernet in order to enable remote viewing. Remote viewing is optional. Technically I could move the monitor away from the router or use a much longer ethernet cable, assuming that by having the cradle too close to the router is causing the interference.
I hope this helps.
I'm testing this now. So far so good. I'll follow-up tomorrow.
Definitely much better now that I moved the base monitor away from the router. Is there anything else I could do from a router/channel perspective? The base monitor is not in an ideal location. However, I could make this work if need-be.
Is there a preferred channel or is this just a trial and error scenario?