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Comment: Carnegie Mellon does 802.11/Bluetooth Tests (Score 1) 191

by mangets (#998530) Attached to: Beware Of 2.4 GHz Interference
I am a grad student at CMU and over the past few months the Multimedia Wireless Group has conducted a series of outdoor tests to quantify the interference between 802.11 DSSS and 20dB Bluetooth trancievers. The results are curiously interesting since at close distances the packets lost are max (highest SNR), at medium distances (30 yards) the interference is minimum and at far distances +80 yards) the packet loss increases afgain (falling SNR). Slashdotters are welcome to take a look at the MatLab plats and send me their comments. The data and plots are available via email (mangets@hotmail.com)

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