One-way and Two-way Baby Monitors: A Comparison of Merits

One product of modern technology that has come as a god-send to parents is the baby monitor. The gadget has evolved from a simple transmitter and receiver kind to today’s highly improved varieties. Today, parents are seeing greater freedom to attend to their other responsibilities without compromising on their primary responsibility of baby care.

Baby Monitors: The Wired and the Wireless Ones

Baby monitors are available in both wired and wireless avatars. In the traditional baby monitors the two ends of transmitter and receiver are connected by wires. This has proved to be a reliable system but it constrains mobility due to wired condition. So the system will have to be left fixed in one place.

The sophisticated wireless baby monitors offer a great flexibility of placing or displacing the systems anywhere anytime. The mobility offered by wireless technology is unparalleled. All these systems can be wired or wireless. One main factor in deciding your choice is your budget.

Merits of Wireless Baby Monitors

System Mobility: Since there are no wires that tether the units to one place, the mobility of the baby monitor is the best feature of wireless systems. Whether you are in the living room or kitchen or in the patio, wherever you are in your home, you can constantly watch your baby without an iota of worry.

Effortless set-up process: You need not entangle yourself in the mess of wires. There is no need to rack your brains about tricky connections of different wires. Or you need not call for the services of an electrician. You need to just unpack the carton, place the accessories of your baby monitor wherever you want them to be. Power the system on. It is ready for you to use.

Ease of relocating: You can move your baby monitor all around the house, as you need. Wireless system ensures that there are no wires running all around that makes it so unsightly. All that you need to do is to pick it up from one place and place in another place.

Some Demerits of Wireless Baby Monitors

Wireless systems are vulnerable to interferences by other electrical and electronic equipment. On occasions, the noise on wireless systems can be annoying and upsetting. Interference in video penis enlargement signals may result in fuzzy reception. Similar wireless in the neighborhood can also interfere with your wireless systems. However, this can be remedied by necessary channel or frequency adjustments.

Another disadvantage with wireless baby monitors is the range. Most wireless devices generally have very limited operational frequency range. However, this may no be a very serious problem as this limitation can be worked around without much difficult. That technology is developing to overcome these problems is a different matter.

About Arlene Martell

Arlene Martell is the publisher of EpilepsyMoms.com and the author of Getting Adam Back – A Mother's triumph over Epilepsy and Autism. She resides in a seaside suburb on Vancouver BC Canada with her husband James and their four children Adam, Justin, Shelby and Victoria.