Yes, I was too low,,,,,the problem was the fog and clouds that cant gave me more visibility to fly higher
Originally Posted by guy1a
dude ! that's kind'a scary
we never fly above roads
the law here will not like that.
in 72 systems you can leave the last part of the antenna inside, if lost control you can take it out and you have some more range to bail out ..
i use this 16$ camera and have a beter video .. may be your video link of 200 miliwatt is a bit too weak ?
i have guys flying with me with 72 and 800 video link... about 1 kilometer .. without problems.
good it turned out like that .. !
Here too, although I thing is not regulated for RC planes, anyway, the road is prohibit for FPV with this kind of radio, The plane was about 800 meters of the of the ground station.
I had a good video link, the problem was I think the camera, look the video with the wingcam
Originally Posted by Flypoppa
I would say that you extend your RC antenna to twice the length of the existing one, and make sure it is the correct length of the part of the frequency. This is what we are doing an it does increase the range. IT MUST BE OUTSIDE OF THE MODEL AND NOT COILED UP. Let it trail behind the model.
Thanks for the recommendation, the antenna was outside like you say, next time I will make a range check to discard this, some guys of my field told me to change to 2.4, but I think instead of buying a new radio for this, I will give a try this long range module for my 9CAP.