Router interference w/wireless mouse?



trs80
07-10-2005, 12:49 AM
I installed a Linksys WRT54GS and notice the mouse becuase intermittent
after I installed it. I changed the batteries in the mouse and it was still
intermittent. When I move the mouse recevier close to the mouse the problem
when away. When I moved the receiver back to original spot the problem
returned.

Are there issue with wireless routers interferring with wireless mouse?
Even though at different frequencies I would guess there could be bleed over
into mouse reviever from a strong router signal.

Any experience with this issue.? Its a Microsoft wireless mouse.

thanks for any input

Walter Clayton
07-10-2005, 12:50 AM
"trs80" <trs80@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>I installed a Linksys WRT54GS and notice the mouse becuase intermittent
>after I installed it. I changed the batteries in the mouse and it was
>still intermittent. When I move the mouse recevier close to the mouse the
>problem when away. When I moved the receiver back to original spot the
>problem returned.
>
> Are there issue with wireless routers interferring with wireless mouse?
> Even though at different frequencies I would guess there could be bleed
> over into mouse reviever from a strong router signal.

There can be and harmonics are a definite possibility. Could be the power
supply on the router as well.

>
> Any experience with this issue.? Its a Microsoft wireless mouse.

Not negative experience. I have my MS wireless mouse receiver sitting on top
of my WAP54G and don't have any issues.

Come to think of it, you might try just changing the relative position of
the receiver.

>
> thanks for any input



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Router interference w/wireless mouse?