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Old Mar 16, 2010, 04:25 AM
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Isn't the Spektrum aerial a lot shorter, ie different gain?
I thought the FrSky was RP-SMA - must look again when I get home. I've got an RP-SMA right angle adapter, I haven't yet tried a range check using it, but it did screw on ok.

And yes, it does use a ufl socket on the rf board. If you don't intend swapping modules, it would be possible to connect a ufl-SMA extension passing into the transmitter case to an aerial mount point in the case top, reducing the amount of coax flapping around at the rear.
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