So AMA has this these rules in order to fly FPV at an AMA field:
1. An FPV-equipped model must be flown by two AMA members utilizing
a buddy-box system. The pilot in command must be on the primary
transmitter, maintain visual contact, and be prepared to assume
control in the event of a problem.
2. The operational range of the model is limited to the pilot in command’s
visual line of sight as defined in the Official AMA National Model
Aircraft Safety Code (see Radio Control, item 9).
3. The flight path of model operations shall be limited to the designated
flying site and approved overfly area.
4. The model weight and speed shall be limited to a maximum of 10
pounds and 60 miles per hour.
Short of breaking into your radio and voiding your radio's warranty... is there any way to buddy box a radio that uses the trainer port to feed a LRS?
I was thinking that there must be some form of pass through connector that could be used. Just not up on my electrical connectors... then there is the issue of current decreasing when splits paths, would this cause the signal to drop to unacceptable levels for the LRS to pickup and read?
using a long range system with these rules is pointless though, because of the whole LOS thing. Just curious if anyone has thought about how to do this.