Excellent. FPV Build Part 2

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Excellent. FPV Build Part 2

Postby pprioverde » Sun Jul 29, 2012 5:58 am

Awesome Bruce.

Here are my antennas. Built exactly to your instructions. It seems to be a much easier method than what is already out there. Thanks.

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I did the math and I figured that your dimensions are for about 5.67GHz. Looking at the specs for the TX5823 and RX5808 units. There is a big gap in the channels around 5.8Ghz. So building for 5.67Ghz makes sense. I guess you just called it 5.8 in the video to not confuse people. Anyway, any idea why there is a gap?

Image btw is from my website you might like to take a look. http://www.rchacker.com

cheers, Marc.

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Re: Excellent. FPV Build Part 2

Postby Hal9000 » Mon Jul 30, 2012 11:17 am

Well done Marc on your site. Interesting and informative. A great addition to the world of RC!
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Re: Excellent. FPV Build Part 2

Postby tignmeg » Thu Aug 02, 2012 12:05 am

+1 Yep Marc you are doing a good job with that site keep it up.
Can't help you on that gap question. I'm sure Bruce will have some idea.
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Re: Excellent. FPV Build Part 2

Postby pprioverde » Sun Aug 05, 2012 7:21 am

Cheers guys.
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Re: Excellent. FPV Build Part 2

Postby pprioverde » Thu Aug 09, 2012 10:10 pm

I found a thread on the Hobbyking forums with the answer.

The chipset inside has 5 lines to control 24 channels while the board only makes use of 3 lines and 8 channels. There is also a second audio channel that is unused.

Marc.
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Re: Excellent. FPV Build Part 2

Postby doonunder » Sat Oct 13, 2012 12:41 am

I'm guessing these are 1/2 wave, is a 1/4 wave clover feasible for my FpV ladybird?
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