AcuRite cautions against having sensitive receiver devices, such as smart hubs, or displays, in close proximity to electronic products that can radiate interfering noise. While the receivers in Acurite's products are VERY robust, the advice is well taken. What is missing, I think, is that sometimes the offending source is not a device per se, but is a wire! If you subscribe to a DSL ISP, all your phone wiring, in your walls and on your dektops, is alive with radio frequency energy. Highest speed DSL subscriptions are worst, of course. If you have access to a portable short-wave radio, bring it in proximity of a phone line, and be convinced that this could be a problem in marginal situations.
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