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    'avagoodweegend Heppy Ket's Avatar
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    Thanks guys the camera is a PZ0420Z from Security Camera 2000 and I have the Blue Beam antennae, it was definitely an occupied channel, you can see it on the opening of the video, I did find a clear channel, but the transmitter needs to be demounted from the aircraft to change frequency. Now done and looking forward to the next trip, hopefully with a bit of breeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heppy Ket View Post
    Thanks guys the camera is a PZ0420Z from Security Camera 2000 and I have the Blue Beam antennae, it was definitely an occupied channel, you can see it on the opening of the video, I did find a clear channel, but the transmitter needs to be demounted from the aircraft to change frequency. Now done and looking forward to the next trip, hopefully with a bit of breeze.
    It must to be a heck source of interference...
    You might want to try pointing the Iron Horse's TXV antenna downwards. I have better results that way with fixed wings, but not so well on my quads, possibly due to low level flight.


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    I've been away from this stuff for a few months.
    Any updates on the 3.3 GHz system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jindalee10368 View Post
    I've been away from this stuff for a few months.
    Any updates on the 3.3 GHz system?
    We just started a separated thread for the 200mW multirotor version.

    http://fpvlab.com/forums/showthread....352#post783352
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    Looking to get back into long range FPV. Is the 3.3Ghz a suitable option? I'm only looking to go ~5 miles max. What about the 1.4Ghz systems, any info there?

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    I've been out over 8 miles with it using a pepperbox receiver antenna without a tracker. I turned around due to battery, not video. It's a nice, clean picture for me, and I'm flying near urban coastal noise. The downside is limited antenna options due to lack of interest in general. The upside is lack of interest means clear band since it's been limited to 2 US channels.

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