OK, so it has been a few days, and I have been experimenting....
I am having errors when I roll over onto or off of the T-Mo towers. I have realized, although I previously stated that it wasn't the issue, that bluetooth connections are causing the issue. For some reason, my router, the LinksysWRT54GS v7, is using the 2.4GHz frequency, as does th bluetooth.
Looking at T-Mobile's FAQ's.....
| What devices can cause RF interference? |
Anything that uses 2.4 GHz spectrum may cause interference. Examples include:
- 2.4 GHZ cordless phones
- Baby monitors
- Microwave ovens
- Some cordless phones
- Some home video surveillance equipment
- Other wireless routers—remember to operate on different channels or disable unused wireless routers
I tested this.... 100%
of the time, while on my BT headset, or near others(w/in 10-15ft) using BT, the Hand-off FAILED. 100%
of the time, with BT disconnected, and no other BT users around(again w/in 10-15ft), the Hand-off SUCCEEDED.
Just for everyone's info......