Where to find an in home alert system that extends 1000 feet?

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There is an apartment over the garage where a caretaker might live. Could it be heard there and what does one need to connect it?

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A baby monitor would have the features necessary, but I'm telling you that the Summer brand one we have won't work out in the back yard, let alone 1000 feet away.

What might work for you would be a monitor that you use over the internet and you check it with your iPhone.
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I used a baby monitor system and it worked well.
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They actually have baby monitor systems that are affordable that have audio, video and movement alerts. They are really technologically advanced now. I think they may be a good thing to research.

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Would a baby monitor work? They are much more sophisticated then when I needed one last.
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I know we're talking human alarm systems here, but FWIW there are hunting dog systems that go a couple miles, so there is technology to go 1, 000 ft (if it is that far).
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First, get your measuring stick, because I doubt if the garage is that far away. That would be the length of three football fields.
Second, the distance is not usually the problem, but electronic interference is. So every TV and fluorescent light between point A and point B disturbs the signal. That being the case, your best bet is a good phone system with the intercom feature. You can also get phones with intercom video.
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