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Jeff Fx

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I'd hope you could run a USB peripheral like Leap Motion from the USB port in a Vive headset while using one of the upcoming wireless VR solutions. Is that not the case, due to bandwidth already being maxed out by the headset?
 

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They never say which frequency or frequency ranges they are using for said wireless.

All I can find is a "Each Kit supports 30 Mbps of bandwidth and 4 USB devices" quote on their website.

They say it won't interfere with other wireless devices so I assume they are using a frequency lower than 2.4 gigahertz?
 

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That's something we'll have to find out.
As soon as I have my hands on a finalized wireless kit I will be testing that sort of thing.
 

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There is no way that they could the FCC States what Ranges we can use. I bet it is in the 5GHz there are 130+ non over lapping channels and can use channel bonding.
 
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