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Old Nov 13, 2012, 01:56 PM
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I have just finished building a 3DHS 48 inch Viper. The optimal place for the receiver is with the 2 opposing antennas on the main receiver directly under and parallel with the carbon wing tube. It does have a satellite receiver on the side of the fuselage about 4 inches away with it's antennas at a perpendicular angle to the main receiver. Is there a problem with this setup? If this is OK what if there wasn't a satellite receiver? Would it be a problem then? Thanks in advance. Mike
On similar models - I move the rx away from CF tube - rearward as far as possible then - place the second (satellite) rx in the very bottom of the model - away from everything You can buy a longer wire to connect rx to satellite.
My basic setup assumes that generally the bottom of the model is presented to the tx (or side n bottom)
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