Badge Introduces Digital 2.4 Ghz Monitors For Peace Of Mind

Top Quote Adam Pollock of, an online video baby monitor retailer, recommends the latest development in video baby monitor technology - digital 2.4 GHz. Digital 2.4 GHz technology is completely different from older analog 2.4 GHz systems which are susceptible to interference from other 2.4 GHz devices. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) July 19, 2010 - SAN DIEGO - Phone rings and the video baby monitor reception goes out. Appliance turns on and the video baby monitor reception goes out. What is happening with the child? Parents can't tell because of a fault in the video baby monitor system.

    Homes are full of devices that can handicap an analog monitor and this defeats the purpose of the baby monitor. Some parents have become accustomed to losing monitor reception when the phone rang or another appliance came on. Parents stop what they are doing and run into the baby's room because they've lost the monitor.

    In most cases, the problem is as simple as they have antiquated technology in their video baby monitors. To avoid these constant interruptions, savvy parents turn to digital monitors for their infants. Digital 2.4 GHz systems are fully immune to interference and can work static free in an area with wi-fi networks and 2.4 GHz cordless phones.

    Pollock, a new father himself, commented on the situation, "The new technology is exciting but can be confusing to new parents. Making sure that your baby monitor works 100 percent of the time is crucial to parents' peace of mind and children's safety. Every parent needs to look at their monitors to make sure they are digital. can help in evaluating your existing monitors and selecting the ideal monitor for your situation."

    Not all baby monitors are alike - parents need to check to make sure they are using digital technology. A phone call or wi-fi computer can disrupt monitoring in an analog monitor. Concerned caregivers need to check to be sure that their home monitors are digital.

    What's Different About Digital?
    Where analog 2.4 GHz systems use a couple preset channels, digital 2.4 GHz cameras and monitors are specifically linked to each other. Digital 2.4 GHz allows for tens of thousands of unique possible variations on the frequency. As a result, digital 2.4 GHz monitors and cameras "lock onto" each other on their specific frequency combination. This is what allows for the static free operation.

    Additional Differences
    Extra Cameras are a bit different with digital systems. Extra cameras can be added at any time, simply follow the manufacturer's instructions for linking.

    Better Privacy: With digital 2.4 GHz, since the camera and monitor are specifically linked together it is almost impossible for any other monitor to view your cameras. With the analog monitor cameras could picked up by your neighbors if they were on the same bandwidth.

    Frame Rate: Due to the nature of digital systems there is a second or two delay between what the camera is viewing and the monitor is displaying.

    NextStepBabyMonitors is committed to bringing parents and caregivers the latest in video baby monitoring technology at discount prices. The company offers a 30-day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If a customer encounters any defects, or decide the product is not as desired, simply return for an exchange or refund. To learn more, visit .

    Founded in 2005, offers the latest in video baby monitor technology, including all digital systems and online monitoring solutions. A free online knowledgebase assists customers with choosing the right video baby monitor and explains the technology behind the systems. For baby shower gifts, a registry is available which also allows people to split the cost of the systems. is based in Santee, California and can be reached at 877-422-2921 or via email at Sales@ To see the complete line of monitors visit:

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