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    It's pronounced "Willem" WillM's Avatar
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    3.3 Antennas?

    Hi Hugo,

    Nice new look to your website!

    I just ordered a 3.3G receiver/transmitter, and saw that you ahve 3.3 crosshair listed on your website, but none in stock.

    When do you expect to have them in stock? Have you flown with them yet? Curious how you liked 3.3 vs 2.4 or 5.8.

    I have 2 of your X-Air 5.8 on my diversity station, I really like the small improvements you've made over the years, and it looks like the 3.3 are built to the same quality.

    Also, great to meet you at @ NAFPV 2015!

    - Will @ NEFPV
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    Will,

    I building a batch right now (both X and X). I think they should be ready end of next week.
    I haven't flew them yet, just went trough all my usual lab test. My spectrum analyzer say that this band is really clean around my place

    Glad you like my product see you at NAFPV2016

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    -Hugo

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    How many channels on this 3ghz band?
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowjet View Post
    How many channels on this 3ghz band?
    Max 4 usable at same time I believe, maybe 6 with RH/LH separation.

    -Hugo

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    It's pronounced "Willem" WillM's Avatar
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    Nice! I almost purchased LHCP antennas with the Rx/Tx. Glad I saw the 3.3 X and X on your site before I ordered (I changed the order to RHCP to use with one of your RCHP X or X.

    I would love to make NAFPV 2016, but only if the date changes. I cannot go that weekend.
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    The X-air are in stock now:
    http://www.truerc.ca/shop/antennas/x-air-3-3

    The X are coming shortly.

    -Hugo

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugeOne View Post
    Max 4 usable at same time I believe, maybe 6 with RH/LH separation.

    -Hugo
    I have 2 transmitters and one receiver. I am going to try this as soon as we get a nice day. Hobby Wireless was asking what the "B" channel separation should be. As much as I'd rather not have another 5.8GHz fiasco with multiple channel systems, I am thinking 25MHz might be enough with RH and LH mixing to get 8 into the air at once with transmitter powers of 500mW and less.

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    Ordered!

    Nice new website!

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