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Dec 29, 2016, 07:22 AM
because rust never sleeps....
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Originally Posted by twinturbostang
What is the minimum required separation between the GPS sensor and a 1258/1280 MHz video Tx? I'm installing a Vector on my TBS Discovery and am hoping that it will have enough distance. GPS will be on the back, and the vid Tx antenna will be up front, which equals about 9" of separation. Maybe 10"-11" if I re-drill a hole for the antenna mount. Video Tx is an ImmersionRC 200mW.
I can't locate the source, but I think you should be aiming for 18 inches minimum.
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Dec 29, 2016, 12:05 PM
Fly FPV, sleep; repeat
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Well that's a bummer.
Dec 29, 2016, 12:36 PM
because rust never sleeps....
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Originally Posted by twinturbostang
Well that's a bummer.
Well I have had another look, and although I am sure I have seen this written down somewhere on the web, I cannot find it. So if I were you I would treat it as unverified until you get some more input on your question.

This filter is supposed to help though if you do have problems
http://www.dpcav.com/xcart/Low-Pass-...1.3GHz-TX.html
Dec 29, 2016, 02:11 PM
Fly FPV, sleep; repeat
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I have one of those actually and planned on using it. I can, if necessary, swap to 5.8 GHz for video. But I really was trying to build this for long range. So 1.3 GHz is the logical choice. But I'll have to see if the separation is enough for GPS lock or not.

Thanks for the suggestions.