|Aug 15, 2014, 08:19 AM|
Canton Township, Michigan
Joined Sep 2005
Receiver Antenna Position
I am switching all my boats to Fly Sky 2.4 systems. Does the position of the antenna matter? Vertical...horizontal?
|Aug 16, 2014, 04:29 AM|
Joined Feb 2006
Rule of thumb, vertical and as high as possible, just like any other radio. While a horizontal aerial might show some signs of polarization (reduced signal, depending on which way the boat is facing), as long as there is nothing to absorb the signal between your transmitter and the RX aerial, there should be no problems.
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