|Nov 14, 2012, 03:36 AM|
Joined Oct 2011
What about mA for AV TX?
Have question for some AV master in this case ;-)
I have 1.3G bevrc AV transmiter, and they wrote take 500mA for 1,5W on 12V.
So when i check it take only max. 380mA on stock antenna.
I take off stock antenna, take off socket from TX, and directly soldering TV wire to TX.
Take off shield from wire, have some 80-90mm hot wire (show some 300mA-350mA), and cutting wire (2-3mm parts), and go to 60mm(show 450mA) and this is best score for mA on channel 8.
So please some one help me.
If i have 450mA on 60mm hot wire at 11,5V this is the best result for this V and lenght?
|Nov 14, 2012, 03:53 AM|
United Kingdom, England
Joined Jul 2010
no-one needs 1.5W on 1.3ghz... 800mA run cooler, take less power, and with the right aerials can get 50KM... youtube it, there are videos.
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