Talk:Unidentified Signal at 2.4 GHz
My honest theory has been that this is actually Wi-fi or at least a 2.4GHz type device using spread-spectrum to transmit. The problem is the passband on this sdr is too small to see the full signal. The key is the middle of the signal having a big of a gap, which signifies the center of the signal. I've seen this signature viewing my own 2.4 GHzGigaHertz (GHz) 10^9 Hz wifi, and crossverifying with existing standards for Wifi channels, that centre matches 802.11 designation for wifi channel 1 at 2.412.
4G LTE. these have bands at 2.4 Gigs and sound exactly the same at the 700 MHzMegaHertz (MHz) 10^6 Hz
talk:nightpurrer|talk]]) 12:51, 02 June 2019 (NZST)
Sounding like Soundcart or Graphics Card.