Many Wireless devices these days use the same “spectrum” or range of the wireless airwaves to communicate. You will often see these ranges listed on your device (example: 2.4GHz, 5.8GHz, 6.0GHz, 900MHz, etc.). While there are different “channels” that these devices can communicate on, when in the same range, it is still possible for too many devices, or multiple devices on the same channel, or devices too close to one another, to interfere with each other. Having wireless router signal issues? If it’s right next to your wireless phone base, try separating the devices.