Originally Posted by absoluteevel
Here is a generic description. I think each manufacturer's methods are different, but it might give an idea. http://www.nxp.com/acrobat_download/...7/75015951.pdf
It looks like both ends of the connections have to support it. I do know that many network cards have settings in windows to allow for bluetooth coexistance.
Looks like its fixable for when both the bluetooth and wifi device are communicating with the same device. Seems that it sends shorter signals over wifi so they fit in between the bluetooth packets. Then connects back up and sends more. Not sure how the router having that capability would affect things since it's not the router that's communicating with both bluetooth and wifi, it's the phone.
It does make some of those DD-WRT settings make more sense. My read is that maybe a faster beacon rate with a smaller transmission amount might be the way to go. Not sure if that's what those settings do, but I'm going to take a look at the router settings again.