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I am using the CYBLE-214015-01 chip to transmit x & y positional data of a trackpad to an application. In this application, I determined the time stamp when the notifications were collected. From this time stamp, I determined the frequency between consecutive notifications. In plotting the frequency spectrum, I noticed that there is a large range (between 50-1000Hz) of frequency values. I am curious if there is a logical explanation as to why the frequency between consecutive notifications is so variable.