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    Constant Bitrate vintageb3's Avatar
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    Does WiFi effect GPS?

    Hi Guys...

    I have a Van...only glass is at the front end of the van...

    I need to get my litle WIFI usb dongle hidden away soemwhere out of sight.

    Will the plastic in the door piller cut down my range?...and will having the WiFi about 3'-4' away form my GPS cause problems with my GPS?


    M10000 mainboard,256 RAM, 80 Gig 3.5" drive, PWS-120-M, ITPS, Lilliput 7" touchscreen, XP Pro SP2, Frodoplayer, Map Monkey, InfoMap Navigator 4, WIFI

    Current: Bluetooth. Trying to get Phonecontrol to work with SE T610.

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    Constant Bitrate
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    WiFi and GPS won't interfere. Everything in the way of your WiFi waves will affect signal quality and distance though.
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    The two run on totally different frequencies.

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