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Yes, WiFi and Bluetooth can disturb each other. But both are equipped to handle that. A standard that is not capable to handle disturbance and/or interference will simply be unusable under many circumstances. The 2.5 GHz ISM band is also used by Microwave ovens and other wireless standards like Zigbee. Wifi transceivers are able to detect when certain ...


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Wifi uses a listen before transmit system. If the channel is busy, it holds off transmitting. Eventually it gets through. Each channel is fixed. If it tries to use a channel that is busy, from bluetooth, then it will wait. This may reduce the data speed for wifi if it has to wait too much. Bluetooth for over a decade now uses adaptive frequency hopping (...


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You have three "unknowns" — the three component values. You have three "knowns" — the operating frequency, the required input impedance and the required output impedance. You just need to set up the three simultaneous equations and solve them — it's simple algebra. This paper goes into a lot more detail, including considerations of ...


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Do what every other controller does, and just send all the buttons in every data package. You only need one bit for each button (rounded up to a whole number of bytes). This makes it much simpler, because there is no need to make sure that the game has received a change and resend any changes that it didn't receive. Yes, it will save bandwidth if you only ...


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