I have a flat screen LED TV on a shelf, and I'd like to put my wireless router behind it to save space, and to hide the router for a clean look. Will the TV's field interfere with the wireless signal?
I have an Atom based PC (Zotac) that mounts to a VESA mount on the back of my Plasma TV. It uses wireless to connect to the router and another PC on a different floor of the house in opposite corners. I have had no problem with the wireless signal in the 8 months it has been in place.
Naturally, TVs an be different as can the wireless setup. Your results may be different but worth trying
Yes, I have proven that my TV, even turned off, blocks the signal from a Wifi router
With the router behind my TV I get '0 Bars' signal in a certain room of my house, and a packet loss in the region of 25% on a simple ping.
Moving the router forward 8 inches so it is in front of the TV, I get 3 bars, and no packet loss.