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Thread: Dipole transmitter with Monopole Receiver?

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    Dipole transmitter with Monopole Receiver?

    Can I use a Dipole TX antenna on my eZUHF TX and a the stock sander style monopole ezUHF antenna on the receiver? I do have a coil dipole antenna too, but it is bigger and heavier, so I'd rather use the monopole antenna if it won't be bad.

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    Of course. Just try to keep them (the Tx dipole and the Rx monopole) parallel, as they are both linearly polarized.

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