My situation is this:
I will be building a quadcopter drone (and later a hexcopter) that will most likely use 2.4GHz RC with a Pixhawk. I will also have a computer onboard (Raspberry Pi, either 4B or Zero W) that will have a plugged-in WiFi USB adapter/directional antenna for connecting to and scanning networks. I will communicate with the Raspberry Pi via serial using 433 MHz and ~900 MHz frequencies (one for uplink, one for downlink).
My questions is this:
Would using a 2.4GHz controller frequency interfere with my WiFi directional antenna trying to connect to WiFi networks?
Edit: The general mood of the responses seems to be "eh, maybe." My plan now is to continue in the direction of using 2.4GHz RC, and see how it goes. I've ordered my drone parts (ended up going for a hexcopter because of payload weight) with a 2.4GHz FS-i6X controller. If all else fails, I'll replace the RC method. I'll most likely be using 433 MHz and 900 MHz for RC serial console control up and down, respectively.