Comments on: Study Shows Bluetooth, 802.11b Don't Interfere
There has been some concern that, because Bluetooth and 802.11b use the same unlicensed, 83 MHz wide, 2.4 GHz radio frequency band, the two wireless standards would interfere with each other when used together. Prelimary results from a recent study show that this doesn't happen. The range of each was unaffected by the other. The study doesn't seem to have looked at whether connection speed was affected.
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