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    dual zone prox sensor and wifi

    I believe that dual zone proximity sensors operate in the microwave frequency, can anyone see a problem with this given that the wifi signal operates in the microwave frequency.

    Do they interfere with each other?

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    "microwave frequency"? There's not just one frequency. Your microwave oven operates at a frequency near that of an 802.11b/g device, but the microwave band is generally considered to be somewhere around 1GHz and up. If the proximity sensor is up in the 10-30GHz range like police radar guns and automatic door opening sensors, you won't have a problem. Best way is to find the FCC ID on the proximity sensor, and look it up in this database: https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/c...ericSearch.cfm
    That will give you info on the device including what its operating frequency is.

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