There are only 3 main frequency bands in which current wireless loudspeakers operate: 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz. Rising competition in these frequency bands has led makers to invent completely new techniques that can manage the higher interference, one of these I'll show you in this post.
, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, On September 15, 2012
The majority of the latest wireless goods like cord-less speakers are limited to just one of the available license-free frequency bands. Those bands within the US are the 900-MHz, 2.4-GHz and also 5.8-GHz band. To allow equipment to remain license free, they must operate in any one of these available frequency bands. Increasing competition in these frequency bands has led suppliers to invent new methods that are able to deal with the higher interference, one of which I will demonstrate in the following paragraphs.