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    The trouble with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connection systems is that they work on the same microwave frequency of 2.4 gigahertz. So interference between them can stop them working. Intel now has a way around the problem," reports today's New Scientist.

    "Its new Wi-Fi card continually looks for Bluetooth's telltale signal bursts, which come every 625 microseconds. It then times its transmissions to fit neatly into the gaps between the Bluetooth bursts, so allowing the two systems to coexist peacefully."

    http://www.engadget.com/entry/2486262171659240/
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    good good

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