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    lumpy member zev's Avatar
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    Cool is this the ultimate LRS?

    I want to squeeze a little more range out of my 60mw Orangerx 433mhz UHF transmitter, and I was wondering if you think this would work. I am not sure if it takes 12v in from my ground station, and the price is a little high, but maybe a group buy would bring down the price?



    http://www.alibaba.com/product-detai...113284978.html
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    FPV Techanic RonSII's Avatar
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    You will also need a pretty good antenna system to go with this.

    It looks like they will do qty.1 orders so personally I would do a test order first to make sure it is going to be viable.

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    yeah I think it would melt any of the antennas we use.

    do you think curvature of the earth would be the limiting factor?
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    Curvature of the earth is already the limiting factor if you use the right equipment.

    What are you trying to achieve? Fly to the moon?

    Orangerx works fine for the first few miles, but after that you should get something with a little more quality. I personally recommend DTF UHF
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