I also run Zwift and TR simultaneously on 2 different devices. With the help of a USB extension cable, I keep my ANT+ sensor as close as possible to my smart trainer and it fixed my dropouts. I would strongly recommend you to put the ANT+ sensor in a plastic bag to prevent sweat from damaging it when you do so.
I am going to open a ticket, I am seeing the same issue. started out of nowhere. didn’t do much because I thought it was some type of interference. I live in a condo, so a lot of people use the same frequency (2.4). I know for dropouts more often than not it’s a problem with interference. I open tickets in the past that didn’t go far, meaning TR hasn’t the issue
sounds like I am not the only one. so this could be a TR issue. like I said my problem recently started. I didnt change my setup.
I do have an elite (Tuo) and i have similar issues, tho i do either power match using assioma duo pedals or on resistance mode. Some days are better than others. The lower the cadence the higher the chance of happening.
Same exact issue. It worked fine until about a month ago and now the connection constantly drops. I have an IPad, Zwift on the TV, Wahoo Kickr Bike. Not a problem until about a month ago. No change in network, not other devices, the bikes can’t get closer to the iPad or tv, so what is going on?
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