One important reason to choose newer equipment that supports the 5 GHz frequency band is that the signals on this band have a shorter range and are therefore less likely to create and pick up interference from networks than older equipment using the 2.4 GHz band.
When many networks are located closely together, for example in apartment buildings, this will affect the wireless capacity. For equipment on the 2.4 GHz band, neighboring networks are the single largest source of interference on the wireless network.
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There’s been a lot of hype around ultrasonic pest control, not to mention marketing efforts. Electric pest repellers range in cost from $10 all the way up to $800. The reason they’ve received so much publicity is because many ultrasonic pest control devices position themselves as “safer” or “easier” ways to control pest populations in homes. But, the big questions are, how do these devices repel pests and do they actually work?
Ultrasonic Pest Repeller devices use high-frequency, ultrasonic sound waves that are above the range of sounds that humans can hear or process. In theory, the noise from the device causes a psychological response in pests that leads to distress. Pests will then flee from the room or area where these signals are present, freeing homes of pests without chemicals or much effort at all.
Most of these ultrasonic pest repellers are intended to be plugged into wall outlets and claim to protect the room in which they’re located. According to the instructions, harder and more reflective surfaces like cabinets, mirrors, and countertops increase the effectiveness of electric pest repellers. There are also battery operated options marketed toward individuals who enjoy spending time outside and want to keep mosquitos away, along with rodents, birds and other bugs often found outdoors.
Are ultrasonic pest repellers harmful for pets?
Electric pest repellers release high, ultrasonic sounds to keep pests away, and these same noises can sometimes distress your pets too. If your family has rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters or other small pets, ultrasonic pest repellers can cause them varying degrees of distress depending on how close they are to the device.
These devices have even been known to affect some reptiles. While cats and dogs can hear the ultrasonic waves, ultrasonic repellers do not generally harm or distress them. The sound being emitted would have to be rather loud to affect an animal as large as a cat or dog.
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What are the side effects of ultrasonic pest repeller?
- Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears;
- Fatigue and sleep disturbances;
- Headaches and chronic migraines;
- Dizziness and fainting;
- Nausea and vomiting.
Should I be able to hear my ultrasonic pest repeller?
Do ultrasonic pest repellers work through walls?
How long do ultrasonic pest repellers last?