You may have also encountered the problem of Bluetooth and wifi signal jammer. Both of them mainly use the 2.4GHz frequency band. When they are turned on at the same time, the data throughput of Bluetooth will drop sharply, it will be difficult to pair devices, and Wi-Fi will be interrupted intermittently. Network is restricted. At present, there is basically no way to cure this problem, but you can temporarily solve some problems for you with the following solutions. This article provides 4 methods, you can refer to the following.
Method 1: Connect to a 5GHz wireless network
Now that you know that the problem lies in the frequency band conflict, you can consider purchasing a dual-band (2.4GHz + 5GHz) router and connect to a 5GHz Wi-Fi network, which can completely solve the interference problem.
Method 2: Change the Wi-Fi Communication Channel
Take the TP-Link router as an example, log in to the router web management page, find the channel option in Wireless Settings -> Basic Settings, and change it to any one of 1, 6, and 11. These are 2.4GHz non-overlapping transmission channels, which are more stable than other channels.
Method 3: Turn on the Bluetooth coexistence function of the network card
In the wireless network cards produced in recent years, the Bluetooth coexistence function is supported. The method is to find the Bluetooth Collaboration or Bluetooth Coexistence Mode (the name may be different) in the Advanced tab of the network adapter properties, and set it to Enable (Enable). ). Windows will automatically reconnect to Wi-Fi, and interference with Bluetooth will be lessened.
Method 4: Stay away from sources of interference
Separate Bluetooth terminals from routers, microwave ovens, cordless phones, and other devices that use the 2.4GHz band.