I recently saw the following patch to the Linux kernel.
I believe it is a AMD problem with some AMD laptop motherboards.
Is the Framework Laptop 16 affected by this?
I think the idea is that it will change the speed of the GPU depending on which wifi channel is being used, so they don’t interfere with each other.
DOC: wbrf (int)
Enable Wifi RFI interference mitigation feature.
Due to electrical and mechanical constraints there may be likely interference of
relatively high-powered harmonics of the (G-)DDR memory clocks with local radio
module frequency bands used by Wifi 6/6e/7. To mitigate the possible RFI interference,
with this feature enabled, PMFW will use either “shadowed P-State” or “P-State” based
on active list of frequencies in-use (to be avoided) as part of initial setting or
P-state transition. However, there may be potential performance impact with this
(0 = disabled, 1 = enabled, -1 = auto (default setting, will be enabled if supported))