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Many Wireless technologies used to build Local or Personal Area Networks (WLANs or WPANs) operate in the 2.4 GHz ISM band. Due to mutual interference, the coexistence of such devices working at the same time in the same area can be troublesome. This paper reports the result of Bluetooth performance with 802.11b interference in term of BER of Bluetooth network. This paper employed Agilent advance Design system 2011 (ADS 2011) as methodology. The result revealed how Bluetooth network suffered degradation in terms of BER and the IEEE 802.11b interfering power and frequency offset.