Vive Trackers Slow to Connect in Viveport Posted Friday at 04:31 PM Thanks for posting your solution. For future reference, all of the SteamVR devices including Knuckles/Vive wands operate at ~2.45Ghz Bluetooth. The MX Master 3 is also Bluetooth so what you saw is likely "co-channel interference". Aside from Bluetooth - the other potential source of Co-channel interference is 2.4Ghz Wifi. Using a USB extension solution like the ones that ship with the trackers help prevents co-channel interference. @Immersive Matthew Since you're using so many trackers - I'd highly recommend ensuring that you're using 5.0Ghz Wifi in your space and that you're limiting the number of devices broadcasting 2.4Ghz WiFi in your space as possible. If you start having interference issues - disabling 2.4Ghz SSIDs is recommended as a troubleshooting step.