I've been recommended these by the helpful chaps over at FirstPersonView (fpvuk.org) as just about the only legal setup available in the UK. ie 25 mW at 5.8 GHz. Toal cost without camera £169.
My question is, the receiver provides 3 rca phono sockets (video and stereo audio). What is the simplest way to get the video signal into a PC so I can display it in flight data?
Thanks very much
sorry, forgot to add the links to the items:
Just add camera and video display. £169 for above 4 items.
Thanks to fpvuk.org for above info.
There is also the tantalising suggestion that one of the stereo audio channels can be used for telemetry. I'm not at all clear what interface hardware would be needed at either end to implement that, and connect to the AC2 firmware like xBee does. But it would mean that one radio link could be used for both telemetry and video, and it could also be done at 2.4 GHz instead of 5.8, if 2.4 was free on your paticular setup.