Originally Posted by wallaguest1
but why not connect the cables to the module PINS of the radio directly ?
but i better like a 90º antenna and the UHF transmitter back
The basic idea is to use the hf module that came with the tx as the connector. The module is not of much value considering the extremly low price of the system. This gives a super clean connection to the tx.
The way one mounts the transmitter is to a degree a matter of personal taste. Haveing the antenna vertical however is not. The antennas that come with the systems don't have a 90 degree connection. I like the fact that I can easily acess the button and switch on the module and can SEE them when I have operate them. Besides, this aproach allows me to quickly switch between the dragon link and the chain link. I "have" both systems, well, at the point of this writeing I have the ChainLink and I'm still waiting for the DragonLink to arrive. I intend to use those systems alternatively and compare them side by side.
Of course, there are thousand ways to go to rome, this is just my aproach which I wanted to share.