Using a Broadwell-Y hybrid (Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro), I experienced a few drops to zero as I was riding – I couldn’t pin it down to changes in pace or any obvious external factor. (I am not sure if this system shares the bluetooth antenna with the WiFi, I need to look that up – this might be causing issues on other people’s systems). Self inflicted, I also experienced problems with the touchscreen getting hit with sweat since it was in close proximity to my flailing around. I could disable the touchscreen in Device Manager, but it might be nice to have a toggle in the app for the few of us that use Windows 8.1 device attached to the bike.
Were you able to reproduce those drops in power on future rides? We’re trying to get as much info as possible.
Sorry, I have been laying low since I was under the weather. I was able to get back in there today. I did experience some of the power dropping to zero. I suspect it is signal related. My ANT+ dongle is less than perfect in the system I used today. I moved the system closer to the Wahoo and did not experience any additional dropouts. I don’t think I have any way to analyze the ant+ protocol in my lab aside from spectrum analysis. If it get time when I return to work, I will run in past one of my RF experts. At this point, I am blaming hardware.