Bluetooth and WiFi use the same 2.4GHz spectrum, and while I don't know BT SCO from some quick searches it seems to use 'reserved Bluetooth time slots', which may be incompatible with WiFi that requires 'listen-before-talk'. You may be successful by changing the channel for your WiFi to avoid the Bluetooth SCO, but moving your WiFi clients to 5GHz is by far the more preferred option. WiFi in 2.4GHz has a lot more interference. There may be an error in the Bluetooth application as well, as this probably should not happen to fully block the WiFi signal.Do you have a spectrum analyzer? It may be good to see what frequencies BT SCO uses and plan your APs around that if possible. Aruba APs have ARM which will detect such interference.
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