|Mar 05, 2011, 01:06 PM|
Video Aerial Systems LLC!
Well I have finally decided to start a company: Video Aerial Systems LLC - Performance First
Our location: http://videoaerialsystems.com/
This is the official launch of the IBCrazy "New System" product line of circular polarized antennas. A few of you know the benefits of circular polarization in regards to superior video quality as it rejects multipath interference and maintaining signal strength when turning.
Below are a two videos on the benefits of the "New system":
Skew planar wheel demo
Keep your wings in the sky!
|Mar 05, 2011, 10:40 PM|
Joined Jan 2011
FPV 4 me?
Hi Alex i must say i like your post,i am new at the FPV and have just got a HD Gopro and ordered a fox 700 rx tx. I am hoping this combo will give me a idea whether it is for me or not.If it is i will be putting a order in,do you include schematics and instructions in your kit packages for the tracking station?And is there a antenna improvement you could recommend for this intial setup i will use?
|Mar 20, 2011, 10:51 PM|
United States, TN, Brentwood
Joined Oct 2010
Could you post pictures of examples of the different antennae that are available so that their size/shape can be considered prior to purchase?
I am definitely going to order a cloverleaf antennae for my 5.8ghz video setup on my hexacopter - but mounting options are limited on a hexa! So I might also pick up some antennae for my 'backup' 1.28ghz TX/RX combo.
By the way - thanks for providing this service! I've been eyeballing those skew-planar wheels for a while now (ever since OMM mentioned them in one of his threads), but I know their construction exceeds my level of expertise!
|Apr 02, 2011, 08:27 AM|
Hey guys, I'm sorry I never check my comments here. Let me answer your questions now:
@toopy - Yes, the CP doubleQuad feed can come through the back.
@DroneBuilder - A 5.8GHz cloverleaf is smaller than 1/2 of a golf ball. The 1.3GHz skew-planar wheel is 1/2 the size of a softball.
@regnif - I actually do video tutorials now. It's much easier to follow
@tuppertn - All 5.8GHz testing is done by others. I do not fly it. A few have been out 2km on 10 mW, so I'm certain it works incredibly well.
|Apr 22, 2014, 12:32 PM|
List of resellers worldwide
Would you please have a list somewhere of the various places in the world where your antennas are sold ?
it is a bit of a pain to look through Internet for those, so a list with links would be simply excellent.
I am looking for instance for a place in France where to purchase IBcrazy cloverleafs for 1.2 / 1.3 ghz and 433 mhz
It could actually be anywhere in Europe.
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