1. A wireless personal area network, WPAN, node operating on a first WPAN channel and adapted to provide interference mitigation, the interference originating from a wireless local area network, WLAN, using a clear channel assessment, CCA, function to cause the WLAN to transmit, the WLAN operating on a WLAN channel having a bandwidth greater than the first WPAN channel bandwidth, the wireless network node comprising:an interference detector adapted to generate an interference indicator upon detection of an interfering signal in the first WPAN channel;
at least one transmitter adapted to transmit a jamming signal; and,
a processor operably coupled to the interference detector and the transmitter, the processor being adapted to operate in at least one of:
a normal mode in which the processor is configured to determine whether an interference indicator is greater than a given interference threshold; and,
a mitigation mode, operable when the interference indicator is greater than the given interference threshold, in which the processor is configured to:
generate the jamming signal; and,
determine one neighbouring second WPAN channel different from the first WPAN channel, based on at least the interference indicator, the second WPAN channel being at least partly comprised within the WLAN channel bandwidth; and,
instruct the transmitter to continuously transmit the jamming signal in the second WPAN channel during a predetermined time period, at a given output power level sufficiently high so that the CCA function on the WLAN does not temporarily cause the WLAN to transmit on the WLAN channel.