|May 14, 2013, 02:40 PM|
Joined Feb 2013
Sub-nano combo set
Hello, I got a question, I hope someone can help me.
The question is about the SUB NANO
Guys, I want to buy that nano set and this THIS usb receiver but I need to get a long distance range. Which is the best configuration? Should I use a big antenna in the transmitter? Or a big antenna in the receiver? If I use a big antenna in the transmitter, will it interfir any how in the image or power consumption? Thank you very much.
|May 14, 2013, 05:21 PM|
OK Looks interesting but only 50mW, which could theoretically get a few km. Never seen anyone use a USB video receiver for FPV. I have no idea how well that will work, but have strong doubts about it..
Other issue is: if you are using a sub-Nano size it must be for a micro size aircraft, right? So then what do you use for RC control? All the micro sized RC rx I have seen are also on 2.4GHz, which is be highly problematic for doing FPV with any range over a couple hundred metres (yes, I have done it, but tons of RF issues). I guess there must be some older micro sized 72MHz RC rx out there from the old days of indoor RC flying?
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