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    2.4ghz gear

    It is getting really hard to find 2.4ghz gear. Is immersionrc stopping making their receivers and VTX?
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    I think that with the explosive popularity of mini drone racing, people are less interested in 2.4 GHz. Doesn't help that it is affected by Wifi noise floor... and interferes with low-cost RC links. Lately the only people who seem to be pushing it would be Team Black Sheep -- also a bit unusual for their use of non-circularly-polarized antennae.

    People who want to do mini drone racing, use 5.8 because it's the only real option. People who want moderate range also use 5.8 because it is cheap, compact, and doesn't interfere with things.

    People doing serious long range make the jump all the way to 1.2, which has the advantage of only sometimes interfering with 2.4 RC rather than all the time.

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    There's no market for 2.4GHz anymore, hence while stocks lasts ...
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    well that sucks. I had recommended your 2.4ghz gear for a few work projects and now I have to come up with another plan. Bugger. What is a good 2.4ghz module to use if I just build my own. I don't really want to buy the TBS receiver.
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    We still have a bunch though, sold at our factory outlet, check here ...

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    The best combo you can get is a TBS Unify 2.4 Tx in combo with a ClearView XLR 2.4 Rx. That'll give you killer performance

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    I'm partial to a ImmersionRC 700mW 2.4GHz Vtx with a Duo2400v3, doesn't get much better than that really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssassen View Post
    I'm partial to a ImmersionRC 700mW 2.4GHz Vtx with a Duo2400v3, doesn't get much better than that really.
    A little self promotion there Sander? I'm sure for the price (70 some dollars for VTx and VRx) it's great, but if you want the best there is, nothing beats ClearView. I've done a side by side with a more standard receiver and ClearView blows it out of the park. It's pricey, yes, but if you need reliability, you can't beat the CV 2.4

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    I'm going to have to disagree, the receiver sensitivity and selectivity is worse on the CV, I know as I had one on the bench when I designed the 2.4GHz receiver modules for the Uno/Duo2400, also in terms of color processing the Uno/Duo2400 are superior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssassen View Post
    I'm going to have to disagree, the receiver sensitivity and selectivity is worse on the CV, I know as I had one on the bench when I designed the 2.4GHz receiver modules for the Uno/Duo2400, also in terms of color processing the Uno/Duo2400 are superior.
    Hmm interesting indeed. I've always gotten bad break up with my Uno 2400 filtered version. CV is crystal clear. What sort of sensitivity have you seen with the Uno/Duo?

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