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    Any update on "anytime soon"?

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    I hope it happens soon. The 1w is way big for my 280 quad and way overpowered,,, and too hot!, I will use it on a fixed wing, so came on show us the goods!!

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    We are expecting to receive the first batch within 5-7 weeks from today.


    Josh,
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    Without a module rx for fatshark goggles, won't be going this route. What size is the antenna?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyro View Post
    Without a module rx for fatshark goggles, won't be going this route. What size is the antenna?
    Stock antennas, same size as 5.8.
    Other 3.3 antenna models: http://hobbywireless.com/index.php?m...rd=3.3+ANTENNA
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    If anyone is curious about the size difference between a 5.8 GHz and 3.3 cloverleaf antenna, this might interest you.

    More details on my website: http://vk4ghz.com/3-3-ghz-cloverleaf/

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jindalee10368 View Post
    If anyone is curious about the size difference between a 5.8 GHz and 3.3 cloverleaf antenna, this might interest you.

    More details on my website: http://vk4ghz.com/3-3-ghz-cloverleaf/

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    Very informative page Jindalee10368.
    Thanks for sharing!
    That's a very interesting analyzer.

    Cheers!
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    Hello guys,


    Just a quick update on FPV 3.3GHz.
    We just decided to change the main connector and few other improvements, which required the the layout to be redesigned, causing some delay.
    We want to make sure there is no flaws or even premature wear and tear will not happen, such as the the main connector, that we believed to be delicate.


    If everything goes as we're expecting we will have the 3.3GHz 200mW system ready for this Summer or sooner.
    We will disclose all features and specs soon...
    Many improvements were done, including the receiver's frequency selectivity.
    Stay tuned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HobbyWireless View Post
    Hello guys,


    Just a quick update on FPV 3.3GHz.
    We just decided to change the main connector and few other improvements, which required the the layout to be redesigned, causing some delay.
    We want to make sure there is no flaws or even premature wear and tear will not happen, such as the the main connector, that we believed to be delicate.


    If everything goes as we're expecting we will have the 3.3GHz 200mW system ready for this Summer or sooner.
    We will disclose all features and specs soon...
    Many improvements were done, including the receiver's frequency selectivity.
    Stay tuned.
    Appreciate the update.

    A double edged sword!
    It's great that the product is being refined before going to market, unlike a lot of the junk on the R/C market... but the wait is a killer.

    Receiver selectivity is the single biggest problem with the regular crappy 5.8G ISM band a/v receiver modules found in almost everything.
    I'm hoping your receiver's front-end performs better, and actually allows for adjacent channel use.

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    Amen to that!

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