luke sevenski: so if i use a 433mhz radio can i use a 2.4 ghz FPV? and would this be a
paulkazjack: Yes he said DRAGONLINK!!!!!!!.
eX750F: Hi, Bruce or other with knowlage.
Can this 2w booster work with other frequensy like the 433mhz?
Alexander Oslan: Good day,
Thanks You very much for Your videos!
I'm very new to RC hobby's and it all seems like something extremely
complicated to understand for a person who never was involved with RC or
radio world. May I ask You to be kind enough to advise me what should I
purchase in order to increase my Dji Phantom Vision+'s RC range and FPV
range. The RC is 5.4GHz, and the wifi range extender for FPV is 2.4GHz.
Thanks You in advance,
ronald korsky: HI, HAVE YOU REVIEWED THIS NEW TRANSMITTER ? :
IT WOULD BE GREAT IF YOU COULD FOR US.
HOW LONG OF A RANGE DO YOU THINK WE WILL HAVE FOR FPV ?
Thanks for all of the good work you do..
Also I hope you get your flying membership card so you can continue with
your business and your invention..
THANKS Ron from Michigan USA
Medium Man: Can 433mhz UHF TX/RX be modified to run on 440 band so us Hams can run a
brick or other amp to run 10-15 watts power and get extended range via a
good Yagi antenna for the ground station and dipole for the plane?
Hamish McGill: where bouts in Nz are you?
Afiso: I'm still searching for what i can use to boost my Spektrum DX7s
Duffmonya d: ty great info:)
dirtcurt1: Does altitude make a difference in this frequency?
steve USMC page: Of the 5,8---900 mgh systems ,witch on has the most range out of the box.
Richard Bugland: Do You review products from anyone?
jimb jones: Sounds weird, but he sounds like a school teacher. Can't put my finger on
Ntiti: I was wondering since you were talking about power - when are the mw or W
Jason Formosa: In oz we have 2 major carriers 99% coverage and uptime or close to it.. Yes
you would run into problems with the modem being assigned a different IP
every instance it logs on or connects. An easy fix if diverted through a
proxy VPN.. If connection is lost gps can still auto return to home..
radical center: how do you break it to your parents when you want a rc plane for the first
time I hope my dad likes 'm hoping my dad approves and I have a good chance
because he likes me to learn about motors and engines and I think so planes
Richard Wallinger: I have a pair of shears like yours Snap-On, very sharp. Great reviews I
have a Fin Wing AirTitan coming. Have a listen to the song on their flying
demo.. really catchy .
lon3don: 433 mhz is the Amateur Radio 70cms band, hams can run 400 watts plus (in
some countries 2Kw) please don't use 433 mhz.
Jason Formosa: What about over 3G/4G through rasberry pi?
carbonwhite1: Hi there love all your vids and they have been very help full but I do have
one thing and that is what would the range be for a spectrum DX8 plus how
do I get better rang with my for long range FPV
Aubatron: People talk about attenuators with wifi boosters. how do I know if I need
Peter Plantec: I've come to depend on your well presented, knowledgable reviews and thank
radical center: can you make it for all types of rc or just for rc planes
josh bee: Where is he from? S Africa ?
kizybit20: Hi RcModelReviews
Could you tell me if this would work on an Hubsan x4 h107d fpv as i am
looking at getting one but I would like to improve signal distance for
control and video.
Help would be appreciated.
Jake Perks: What transmitter are you using? I am new to rc flying and I've got a $25
hobby king radio, I want to get an affordable and quality radio that has a
good range (so I can maybe use later for FPV) and that I can keep for a
while instead of buying a more expensive one.
Seniorpyronaut: Hi Bruce, did you show a usual Wifi booster? Does the frequency band of a
2.4 GHz Wifi booster exactly fits to our 2.4 GHz RC output band with its 80
Thomas Lewis: well done ,very informative ,cheers from the USA .So a 2.4 radio of one
brand or more expensive model wont give you any more range ? I guess it
would have to conform to regulations,around the world.
MurryBob: Very informative Thank You!
Chris Chatelain: Hi Bruce, great video! You mentioned other sources of interferance onboard
the aircraft interfering with the radio link, what about problems with
servos? Maybe something to look into for us that I'm interested is servo
wire length problems with interferance sources. I've had problems with gas
engines and long servo wires causing one servo to twitch, and it seems just
changing the length of the extension helped. Could you show us some ways of
predicting and eliminating that kind of interference?
fpvrcstuff: I've had an RMILEC for over a year with no problems , I got rid of that
stupid long sectional antenna and bought a RH771 From ........... but the
module got quite hot........I ended up buying a RMILEC SRC771 ,now it runs
cool and is much better looking ....Good luck over the volcano !
Nick Gair: L.O.L. ! They arent a subtle/delicate set of choppers are they!
Zomian Drone-maica Thompson: Always love your videos. They are very informative.
Mar1wan1: 170$ is cheap?
wacko911: Bruce, you didn't mention rx antennas. As you fly frsky try the 30cm or 60
cm antennas hk sell as they have a brass collar over the end much like the
flysky rx and I have noticed significant range improvement on my fpv plane
with these. Only a couple of bucks too.
0917bobb: The US does require a ham license, everyone avoids mentioning it but it is
Rodrigo Mincoff: Hi Bruce Nice to see a new video of you! RMILEC its not very good, or at
least I havent heard very good reviews about it. Here in Argentina we most
use dragon link for the rc, and 1.2ghz 800mw video, with 6dbi antenas for
close flights(up to 3 or 4 km), and jsut a patch antena to fly far away.
I´ve seen they go up to 30km without anyproblem at all. In my city a guy
went to 75km away(and back) without anyproblem with a thomas LRS. Big hug
GeorgeBonez: Ahh people just get frustrated with the shipping time of HK (especially in
the USA) so dont be to hard on them because it is pretty scary when you
spend $500.00 or more and it takes 2 months to get your stuff! I am
learning to relax a bit more now that I am more experienced ordering thru
HK but man it still scares me too sometimes because you always feel like
you have been forgotten or that something has gone wrong w/ your order or
something. I can sympathize with their frustrations I guess.
Philmoldrc: I find a link for the FrSky with 1W Wi-Fi booster. Look at RCHacker #18 -
FrSky Telemetry Range Test with Wifi Booster in Youtube
為成科技 光電-: haha ... how about use Hydraulic shears? it can cut the 20 mm thickness
Roger J.: if there are lots of noise on the 433mhz band, using a amplifier will be
the best then.
northseacowboy: Do you need to reduce the power output of an EU spec Spektrum DX8 before
connecting it to the 2.4ghz booster? hope you can help. keep up the great
MrBobinAZ: Yet another excellent and informative video. Thanks!
hothothotmale: Great job Bruce. I like your scissors.
jrcampen: Those scissors looks like they would give off a fair bit if dirty RF if you
throw them I'm sure. Great video by the way. Thanks
Michael Workinger: Your are brilliant mate.
Boot2yourHead: great info Bruce. love what you do for our hobby.
Soldier53flyer: I would like to see how you bind the Rmilec and how to set up the 2.4g
booster, It is great to have you back! thank you for all your videos. I did
not know a thing till I found you on youtube.