Hello, we want to put a FPV+Digital Camera system on our quad. We are searching for an optimum TX/RX system since some time but it seems like it will be risky to buy it without taking some advices…Continue
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"If you follow the rcgroups.com FPV thread, they have mostly agreed that Lawmate 500mw or 1w is the leading transmitter for video. Although, 1W can cause interference to other tx/rx on your vehicle. I would suggest the 500.
Choose your frequency :)…"
"great work, pity that batteries are off just before landing.
could it be possible to add a rocket which will be lounched automatically around 100000feet and make the following 200000feet to settle to the orbit?"
well i have a system from Hobby wireless that am saleing its the
FPV905 Plug and Play 900Mhz 500mW Wireless System - come with a good $100 dollors camera its really good am saleing everything with monitor for $295 plus its only take few sec…"
I have the iftron kit, actually I have their divercity receiver and a few of their tx. It's a pretty package and works well but to get 500m you need patch antennas and tracking.
Also the higher the watts the hotter the TX gets. Some of…"
I bought the kits here: http://www.dpcav.com/xcart/home.php?cat=249
The receiver kit is no longer available because people had problems assembling them. I had no problems.
There is a video of the transmitter/receiver setup in operation on…"
I would like also to have as you "mid performance equipment" for Video Rx/Tx
I live in Europe (France) and I am still hesitating between 2,4 GHZ and 5,8 GHZ frequencies
I can build Electronic kits
Could you please provide…"
"I live in Istanbul/Turkey which we can consider as Europe. In Turkey regulations are not applied so tight for these stuff because they are rarely used comparing to US and rest of the Europe. Also because almost all regulations are applied loose in…"