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Old Nov 30, 2012, 07:34 PM
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The inverted V is linear polarization, so the rule of thumb is to run circular with circular, and linear with linear.

the crosshair is circular, so you could try it, but I can tell you that you will get better performance in tight spaces with the skewed planar wheel on Vtx..


I've got a couple of inverted V's sitting around also that I have never used.

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Originally Posted by Plane Insane RC View Post
Thanks for the antennas Mike. I wanted to get out today and try them out but of course I had to work late and now it's dark. I have the short Skewed planar wheel installed on my Storm Chaser. Maybe tomorrow morning weather permitting I'll give it a try.

Question. How well will a inverted V work with a crosshair antenna? I bought 3 of them a couple of months ago and paid way too much just to have them sit on a shelf.
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