I can reproduce them accurately with consistent performances. They are going to be in store soon
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Yes! Send it to Vitamin_J and pressure him to put his long range plane back together
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Here's what the production models look like, as you can see a 2.4Ghz unit is already worked out.
Just received the 5.8 Horizon! Does it matter if it's mounted hammer surface pointing up to the sky or hammer surface pointing to ground?
Also, is it okay for me to bend my 5.8 cloverleaf whip 90 degrees so it's orientated properly on my goggles? Or is it advised to get a 90 degree SMA adapter instead?
Doesn't matter.Does it matter if it's mounted hammer surface pointing up to the sky or hammer surface pointing to ground
Depend of the coax length of your cloverleaf, if shortish (2") a 90deg. adapter will place it further away from your head. Why not install the horizon on the goggle instead?Or is it advised to get a 90 degree SMA adapter instead?
Thanks for the reply Hugo. I'm actually using your cloverleaf. The coax is less than 2 inches. Do you recommend bending the coax 90 degrees or getting a right angle SMA adapter? Would the adapter attenuate the signal or is it not noticeable? Which would yield better rf performance?
I also have one of your 5.8 crosshairs. I was eventually going to mount that on my goggles and use the horizon on my quadcopter for some low to the ground flying, hence starting with the horizon on the quad.
Thanks again for your products!
Use a 90 deg. adapter.
You will see a VERY solid link once you try the crosshair on the goggle in combination with the horizon on the quad.