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Posted by HansAuf | Jun 02, 2016 @ 04:41 PM | 1,694 Views
5.8G Channel Calculator Chart
Posted by HansAuf | Oct 20, 2014 @ 08:28 AM | 3,484 Views
Posted by HansAuf | Sep 02, 2014 @ 03:20 AM | 6,157 Views
5.8Ghz Frequency Helper
BOSCAM RC832 Frequency range:
FR1 5865,5845,5825,5805,5785,5765,5745,5725
FR2 5733,5752,5771,5790,5809,5828,5847,5866
FR3 5707,5685,5665,5645,5885,5905,5925,5945
FR4 5740,5760,5780,5800,5820,5840,5860,5880

Immersion Frequencies
5740, 5760, 5780, 5800, 5820, 5840, 5860MHz

Team Black Sheep:
Ch1: 5865 MHz 5733 MHz 5705 MHz 5740 MHz
Ch2: 5845 MHz 5752 MHz 5685 MHz 5760 MHz
Ch3: 5825 MHz 5771 MHz 5665 MHz 5780 MHz
Ch4: 5805 MHz 5790 MHz 5645 MHz 5800 MHz
Ch5: 5785 MHz 5809 MHz 5885 MHz 5820 MHz
Ch6: 5765 MHz 5828 MHz 5905 MHz 5840 MHz
Ch7: 5745 MHz 5847 MHz 5925 MHz 5860 MHz
Ch8: 5725 MHz 5866 MHz 5945 MHz 5860 MHz

Band A: Team BlackSheep, RangeVideo, SpyHawk, FlyCamOne USA
Band B: FlyCamOne Europe
Band E: HobbyKing, Foxtech, etc
Airwave: ImmersionRC, Iftron

Airwave BETA Frequencies
Receiver Frequency Module DIP switch (0-1): 5865, 5845, 5825, 5805, 5785, 5765, 5545, 5725MHz
Receiver Frequency Module DIP switch (1-0): 5733, 5752, 5771, 5790, 5809, 5828, 5847, 5866MHz
Receiver Frequency Module DIP switch (1-1): 5705, 5685, 5665, 5645, 5885, 5905, 5925, 5945MHz
Posted by HansAuf | Nov 14, 2013 @ 09:42 AM | 12,282 Views
UPDATED 2016-03-16
I get asked the same questions so often about my FPV ground station setup that I figured it would be easier to create a thread with the info so that folks can find it instead of having to wait for my replies. This is my recipe for a few different ground station configurations, three of which I use personally. The others were built for other people and have proven to be successful for them. These include a couple 5.8GHz and 1.2GHz setups (and/or 900MHz), with or without diversity, and some tips/tricks/suggestions.

Note: In the information below VTX = Video Transmitter and VRX = Video Reciever.

Starter 1.2GHz Ground Station (+900MHz Bonus):
1) 1.3 GHz Mad Mushroom Antenna RHCP $28.95 (Omni Antenna)
2) RMRC - 900MHz-1.3Ghz Receiver w/1258 with RMRC Comtech Tuner $54.99 (ONE OF THESE)
3) Goggles or a monitor plugged directly into the Video/Audio out jacks of the 1.3GHz Receiver listed above.
For those of you that prefer viewing through Goggles, I recommend the Fat Shark Dominator V3 Video Glasses FSV1063 $349.99
For those of you that prefer viewing through a Monitor, I recommend the 8in ($93.99) or 10in ($153.99) RMRC LCD FPV Monitors.
http://www....Continue Reading
Posted by HansAuf | Sep 29, 2012 @ 08:02 PM | 7,527 Views
I wanted to use a DragonLink UHF Receiver with a Naza setup via PPM. Since Naza supports the PPM channel ordering of Futaba and not DragonLink, neither my trusty old JR XP7202 or XP8103 could remap/reconfig the PPM channels. Which stinks because I love that XP7202. So, I had to go with a Turnigy TGY9x transmitter reflashed with the ER9x firmware. Which by the way ended up being incredibly versatile and robust. And, since the setup proved to be somewhat tricky I decided to post it up here...

a) In case someone else was trying to do the same thing.
b) For the selfish reason that I can find it if my black hole of a brain loses it.

1. Setup a new model and call it whatever you want. For this example we'll call it "Penguin". Why, because penguins kick a**.
2. Go into the model setup for the model you just created.
3. Right Scroll to "Templates" page (10/10).
4. Scroll down to "Channel Order" and change it to "AETR".
5. Scroll up to "01 Simple 4-CH" and press the menu button to accept it.
6. Left scroll to "Setup 01" page (2/10).
7. Change Proto PPM to "12CH 300uSec".
8. Change PPM FrLen to 22.5mSec (If it is not already set).
9. Go to the "Mixer" Page (5/10).
10. Channel 1-4 Should be 100% and respectively AIL,ELE,THR,RUD.
11. Scroll down to CH6 and create a new mix. Modify as follows.
- Source = FULL
- Weight = -100 (That is negative one hundred).
- Switch = ELE
12. Exit the mix...Continue Reading