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Posted by HansAuf | Jun 06, 2017 @ 04:19 PM | 1,125 Views
Lawmate ________ Immersion transmitter _______ Wi-Fi (802.11 style networks)
CH1 2410MHz .........2414..................................... ... 2412
CH2 2430MHz......... 2432 ........................................2417
CH3 2450MHz .........2450 ........................................2422
CH4 2470MHz .........2468 locked post 2009 ...............2427
CH5 2370MHz .................................................. ..... 2432
CH6 2390MHz .................................................. ......2437
CH7 2490MHz .................................................. ......2442
CH8 2510MHz .................................................. ..... 2447
CH9 ... - .................................................. ..............2452
CH10 . - .................................................. ..............2457
CH11 . - .................................................. ..............2462
CH12 . - .................................................. ..............2467
CH13 . - .................................................. ..............2472
Ch14 . - .................................................. ..............2484

*Note* Each wi-fi channel has an apx 20mhz channel spectrum. So if your flying off your back porch and your local wifi network uses channel 9 (like mine did) you will experience interference in the 2432-2472MHz range... ie channels 2-4 with your Lawmate or channels or channels 2&3 with your Immersion gear. Switching your network to the highest channel it allows will free up more usable video channels for your FPV experience!
Posted by HansAuf | Jun 02, 2016 @ 04:41 PM | 2,253 Views
5.8G Channel Calculator Chart
Posted by HansAuf | Oct 20, 2014 @ 08:28 AM | 3,963 Views
SMA/RP-SMA Added
Posted by HansAuf | Sep 02, 2014 @ 03:20 AM | 6,849 Views
5.8Ghz Frequency Helper
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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:
http://team-blacksheep.com/products/product:110
BOSCAM A BOSCAM B BOSCAM E Airwave
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
http://www.readymaderc.com/store/ind...oducts_id=2609
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 | 13,105 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.

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Starter 1.2GHz Ground Station (+900MHz Bonus):
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1) 1.3 GHz Mad Mushroom Antenna RHCP $28.95 (Omni Antenna)
http://www.readymaderc.com/store/ind...oducts_id=3610
2) RMRC - 900MHz-1.3Ghz Receiver w/1258 with RMRC Comtech Tuner $54.99 (ONE OF THESE)
http://www.readymaderc.com/store/ind...roducts_id=912
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
http://www.readymaderc.com/store/ind...oducts_id=4424
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.readymaderc.com/store/ind...oducts_id=1191
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Posted by HansAuf | Sep 29, 2012 @ 08:02 PM | 7,990 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