Not sure if you have resolved this but just a thought, I have seen a similar
scenario when devices, such as microwave ovens and FM radio signals, are

Norm Dennis
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Sent: Tuesday, 12 July 2011 1:43 AM
To: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users
Subject: [PCTECH] Wireless connection dropping at nights.

My ISP (Ligtel - short for Ligonier Telephone Company) uses wireless
connections from their towers to an antenna on my house to provide me with
service. Lately the service at night seems to drop. This doesn't sit well
with the wife who likes to night owl into her on line college courses.
Still working with them to discover why. I call their service and they come
out (during the day of course) and leave a tag on my door.
"All fixed". Then that night it dies again. Latest update is that I am
supposed to keep a log of outages.

As far as I can tell we do not have a huge colony of bats which take wing at
that time.

Rob Berendt

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