Why Does My WiFi Signal Go Crazy On The Daily Paul?Submitted by zooamerica on Thu, 01/02/2014 - 22:02
Wondering if anyone has experienced the same thing using a wireless connection to the Internet.
I like to listen to AM radio when I browse the web and noticed a while ago how my radio makes a loud, screeching interference noise every time I access a website, but then it stops a few seconds after downloading.
Quite normal, right? Just the WiFi signal interfering with the AM radio signal for a moment. Every time I access a website, an interference noise can be heard, but then it stops. I click on a website, hear a loud screeching interference sound and that's it.
But not on the Daily Paul. The WiFi interference sound is continuous.
I have 8 open tabs at the top of my browser right now. As I write this post, the interference sound on the AM radio coming from the WiFi signal is constant and very annoying. Sounds like an alarm clock going off without end.
These are my open tabs:
The second I click on one of the tabs above, the WiFi interference sound stops immediately, except the Daily Paul.
When I click back on the "Create Forum Topic," tab, the WiFi interference sound goes crazy again and doesn't stop - continuous interference can be heard on the AM station.
When I click on the infowars.com tab, the annoying interference sound stops the moment I click it. NFL.com? Same thing. No interference on the AM radio, immediate silence the second I click on another tab. Foxnews.com, the sound is clear without any WiFi interference, just male soap opera sports talk radio on AM radio talking NFL playoffs.
Click back on the Daily Paul, and the interference sound can be heard instantly. What the luck is going on here?
Every other station on my AM radio dial does not pick up this WiFi interference.
WiFi signals have a frequency that can be heard on AM radio, literally.
Why is the Daily Paul the only website with a continuous interference signal from my WiFi connection?
Can somebody who knows a lot more about computers and wireless signals than most please tell us what's going on here?