"Hello folks,Recently, did an FPV presentation at my local HAM club in Temecula, CA.Even my amateur knowledge in FPV (using 900mhz, 1.2Ghz, 433mhz) was of great interest to the older HAMs. Wonder which RF people are using here?
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"@cory Congrats on the new ham lisc and you are doing the right thing getting the general ticket asap if you really want to enjoy ham radio the HF bands is where its at. If you want some help with anything ham drop me a note. And you are in the right…"
"Many thanks for your comments.
My biggest problem is I am on a partial budget for a short while an was trying very hard to not spend on something which wouldn't have worked. But now that I have some key questions answered, I am…"
"Regarding posting on Rover Group, I have an had no luck. Which is why I posted here in the Ham group. Hoping for a better connection as I am a ham operator as well (2m code-less tech)
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"Ah! Clearly I don't know the DX5e (I use futaba) and I feel much better about your plan now. Whatever you do, you'll find an appreciative community if you write it up and post it after you do it. That is what this community is about, in…"
"Ahh, I understand your question. My transmitter has 2 toggles. One is a 2 position toggle an the other is a momentary toggle for setting an clearing waypoints once in Learning mode. The only issue I had was the ability to get into…"
I do not think that the MINDS-i Sensor/Uno/Shield kit is worth the $250 that they are charging. I ordered just the Uno/Shield ($80) and they messed up and set me the complete kit. They charge ~$39 for Parallax PINGs that Parallax sells for less than ~$25 when you buy four. First, I would see how effective the Sharp IR sensor is with the AMP along with some improved code that may come along soon. You can buy a Uno, a servo shield, and three PINGs for a lot less than ~$250!
Just a thought.
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