Subject: Flourescent light and modem
Date: Sat Jan 9 05:55:17 1999
Posted by Tek Boon Jin
Grade level: undergrad
School: Taylors College
City: Subang Jaya State/Province: Selangor
Area of science: Computer Science
I heard from a friend saying that if you have a flourescent light
switched on near a modem, it would interfere with the data
transmission, by making the transfer slower. Note: The modem is
a standard modem.
Is this possible?
If so, how does the light interfere the flow of electricity?
Re: Flourescent light and modem
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