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Re: Re: Illegal cordless phones (was Interference on AO-51)



Definately not legal in the UK.

Robin Callender wrote:
>
>
> Here is a small quote from one of the mail-list posting I read:
>       A friend on mine who has Vonage UK has a Senao XX-XXXX cordless 
> phone
>       and he says he regularly gets about 20 miles out of it, but his 
> house
>       is up on a hill above the town below, and he has the aerial up 
> on his
>       roof.  I don't think they're legal in the US, but next time I'm 
> over
>       in the UK, I'm going to try to snag one and bring it back packed
>       amongst my dirty clothing.
>
> Are these units available/legal in Europe?
> I saw an eBay-Italy ad for this unit which claims a 60Km range!
>

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