I have a doubt regarding the antennas. what decides the range of an antenna?is it the db or the input power. should the antenna signal be amplified before giving the signal to it. is the input…Continue
"Hi, please raise a discussion in the visualmicro.com/forum letting us know which ardupilot software version you have loaded. let us have links to ardupilot software and libraries so that we canownload and reproduce your setup. Also confirm that you…"
"getting the following error when compiling in visual micro...
I think its the problem with the library files not being integrated into the project.but i don't know where to put the library files in visual micro...
"I think you have good understanding if this except for the last part. The gain of an antenna is the same weather transmitting or receiving. Data sheets on antennas have only one gain pattern, no Tx or Rx. Gain is gain."
"To add a pragmatists view...
You can only increase the power so much before you run into problems with licensing. Operating high power transmitters requires a license in most countries.
That leaves you with the only real option if operating a lower…"
"To answer second question:
Generally the antenna signal is amplified by the transmitter, and you don't have to mess around with it. But there are some cases where you need to do so.
Be warned though, the addition of an outside…"
"I normally don't jump into forums so quickly like this, but I just couldn't pass this up.
The range of an antenna is determined by two things: input power and gain. Since radio waves can't be seen by the eye, we'll have to…"
I have a doubt regarding the antennas. what decides the range of an antenna?is it the db or the input power. should the antenna signal be amplified before giving the signal to it. is the input signal power deciding the range. please clarify. what antenna should i use for maximum range.(15-20kms) with videoSee More