Hmm, well that makes me worry. Is that the 1.2 ghz or 1.3ghz from racewood from dronevision?
I was about to order. Now im not sure. lol
Always a solution worth considering - albeit not a cheap one (around 100 Euro I think)
"In enables you to put serious distance between your UHF TX and your video RX equipment. High power UHF transmitters can have an adverse effect on the sensitivity of your video RX. Separating your UHF TX from your video RX will help to minimize this."
I read about that, it creates a lag, but there are so many other people out there using uhf and 1.3ghz video. Im just trying to work out what to buy to get it right.
One person says racewood is fine, another says it doesnt work..
Makes it so hard to make the right purchase.
Why not get the RMRC one, I have not heard about any issues with it. I have only bench tested it and there is no interference from my DL even when a touch them together.
My sunsky 1.3ghz vrx's definitely receive interference from the DL. I have about a 20ft threshold I need to maintain good signal.
You have another option here. During our last meet Ian (Damon) on RCG pointed out that my video problems could be related to my DL and the cheap digital rx I was using and let me borrow a UHF filter (looked like a low pass filter) that went between my DL Tx and the antenna. That allowed me to stay closer to my GS and still have good video. I'll try and dig up a link for you. DL is filtered, but adding the additional filtering helps with the cheaper Rxs.
On the old DL TX (old as in about a year ago, or maybe 8 month) there were no filters and it would trash my 1.3ghz RX unless i would go 10 meters away from it.
I got it upgraded back then to get the filters (its not v2 just a v1 'up to date') and it completely solved the issue.
I also don't think the 1.3ghz rx from various vendors have any magic bullet. They're all rebranded and cost a lot less from the distributors if you're able to make the modifications you like yourself (like a filter or frequency change).
Note that my RX does *not* have a saw filter. I suspect old tx + saw filter of the correct freq in the rx helps or even solve the problem too (but i prefer filtering the emitting source obviously, when possible, or, well, both.)