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I'm not claiming in any way that you're wrong, but if you're right, someone's (B&G or DJI) is probably violating FCC rules, or has managed to spectacularly mess up their wireless implementation.
In the US, Wi-fi and bluetooth are subject to Part 15 FCC rules. Part 15 devices have to accept interference from others, but not intentionally interfere with others. Though, one would think that as the drone gets closer to the control device, the drone signal would swamp out the bluetooth signal. Not familiar with drones, but DJI may use adaptive power control for the wifi signal, reducing transmit levels as the aircraft and controls come into proximity.
 
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