Hmm Link didn't show up here you go
Yeah i did when using the stock antennas,especially while banking the plane through a turn,but that was expected since the stock antennas are linear.
Once switching to the Bluebeam circular polarized though the interference while banking is no longer an issue.
Not to say static doesn't happen because it does at times like if you fly directly overhead you'll loose signal because you are flying in the null of the antenna.
Also has hapend when flying over metal roof buildings,fence behind home plate too.lol
The first time you loose signal and see static in your goggles is a pretty interesting experience,after a while though you learn how to remain calm and fly through it.
everyone. thanks for the info.. being very helpful. ill get some pics up of the quadcopter soon as i get it all set up
another question. when using the helical antenna on the receiver. How are you supposed to orient the antenna?
i think this is what im going to purchase
and this 5.8 GHZ 5 Turn Helical (9.5 dBic) (IBC)
- Antennas - Circular Wireless Skew Planar Wheel Omni Combo
- Camera - RMRC-600XV NTSC
- Video Transmitter - FatShark 100mW 5.8GHz
- Video Receiver - Uno5800 5.8GHz Receiver
- Video Goggles - None
- Batteries - 460mAh RMRC Batteries for TX and RX
- OSD - Eagle Tree OSD Pro Package (Integrated Connectors)
Last edited by ssam99; 15th August 2012 at 05:07 AM.
Tutorial - Battle-H-Virus Quad
The one thing I know how to do well with FPV - crash. All in a day of fun!
I believe landing is a full body experience .... I do my best to aim for your body.
I would go with a cloverleaf, more effective.
Just point the helical towards the plane, there is no up or down.