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Thanks for your explanation of “frequency response”. That finally clears up a question I’ve had for a while now.
The Radio Shack homepage is jammed with information that makes searching specific products difficult (at least for me anyways). The unit I’m using is called the Terk Leapfrog (LF-30S) Wireless 2.4GHz Remote Extender. I found this product by entering “TV transmitters” in the search window at the top of the homepage. When the next page opens scroll down to the seventh unit on the page to see the Leapfrog (don’t ask me why a catalog number search doesn’t work – but it doesn’t!) By the way, as you scroll down there is a 5.8GHz unit that may be of interest as well. It was more expensive so I went with the lower priced 2.4 GHz unit just to see if this would work at all. Can you tell me if higher frequency radio waves penetrate through objects more effectively than lower frequency waves? If that’s the case, would 5.8GHz be a better solution for distance and penetration of objects in the signal path? Thanks again!