• everytime your phone rings it lets out a very high pitch frequency that disrupts your monitors frequency
  • The reason your screen becomes distorted is that while the phone is ringing (and while you are using the phone), it is emitting radio frequency (RF) energy (to maintain communications with the cell tower). This energy can couple itself onto the circuits of your monitor and this energy interferes with the energy already being processed by your monitor to try and draw the screen. The interference causes the distortion. You will find that if you move the phone away from the monitor, the distortion will disappear. That's because the RF energy only has strength enough to interfere within a limited range.

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