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    What would you like?

    In that shop,

    What would like to be available? Different combos?
    I been thinking of switching all my Tx windmill antennas to angled SMA as standard...

    -Hugo
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    Stupid question, do your prices include shipping?
    Don't steal, the government hates competition.

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    There's no stupid questions.
    No, shipping is 10-12$ for most countries.

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    Oh ok, it would be nice to be able to see the shipping price before checking out. Since in the cart it says Total Items: 1 Weight: 0lbs Amount: $65.00, it is easy to assume shipping is included. Just my $0.02.
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    I'd like to see a brand name for your windmill/Fan package This will help in sales as people will be better able to identify it. Also, once you have a name for the set, I'll be sure to note on my site that your antennas and mine are compatible with eachother. This should help you since it isn't obvious that we have compatible products.

    -Alex
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    Quote Originally Posted by IBCrazy View Post
    I'd like to see a brand name for your windmill/Fan package This will help in sales as people will be better able to identify it. Also, once you have a name for the set, I'll be sure to note on my site that your antennas and mine are compatible with eachother. This should help you since it isn't obvious that we have compatible products.

    -Alex
    I remem when I was telling you that (naming/marketing) about yoru antennas in this thread. Alex is right - DO IT!

    I'd like to see more robust ground antennas (encased maybe in PVC or something). We can't "lose" ground gear in a flight - so it needs to be more rugged and ready for travel - like this...

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    Ok guys so it'll be.... drum rolling... the "TrueWired" antennas system, flying like you where hardwired

    As for more robust antennas, I changed my design a while ago see:


    The new crosshair will be encased in a foam box. (for my part)

    -Hugo
    Last edited by HugeOne; 19th December 2011 at 10:51 AM.

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    That's antenna abuse, and will be reported.
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    Hugo and I both have the Crosshair (we developed it together). This is significantly stronger than the helical mainly because it is smaller.

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    For you and Alex I'd like to see some improved antenna (if possible) for UHF transmitters like the Scherrer... there seems to be a lack of custom built for our band antenna like there is for video frequencies. I.E., we have different antenna for different purposes in video, why not for RC link? (Note* I had a bad experience with a Nagoya, and the stock antenna was much better).

    Also, some antenna focused at ground vehicles (if there is any design differences to consider)... for instance, the elevation on a ground vehicle from the ground station is typically much lower than something done with a plane. Is there a way to focus the lobes to lay flatter but go further? Is there a design that would be better suited for the FPV ground vehicle... both in RC and video link.... which as you know are tough to maintain so low to the ground.

    -Dave

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