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steve USMC page: Of the 5,8---900 mgh systems ,witch on has the most range out of the box. Thanks steve

jimb jones: Sounds weird, but he sounds like a school teacher. Can't put my finger on why.

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..

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 .

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 to

Peter Plantec: I've come to depend on your well presented, knowledgable reviews and thank you much. 

inigo clinton: Those scissors :O

josh bee: Where is he from? S Africa ?

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 channels?

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.

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 a fact.

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 Bruce!!

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.

sambo h: radioink.com/article.asp?id=2205761&spid=24698

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 steel band.

lookeflite: 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 videos.

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.

helloman1976: Find me Matt, I hope I find your setup so I can smash it. Stop threatening people and get the hell of the FPV forums.

Steve D: Great to see you again Bruce

rizal1974: I wanna see the range test..... planning to get one which ever is the best.. :)

Asadullah21: haha

jordan Smith: hey bruce. i have a question how o you increase range on a 72mgz radio becuase im running a hobbyking 2.4 video system and a old futaba 72mgz and would like to increase the range? please thumb up to get it answered .

sambo h: i dint threaten anyone, its not a crime to move close to the ones you love..lol I didn't say like you did "I hope I find your setup so I can smash it" and by dropping the f bomb words, i love it when you talk dirty to me my love..ahahah!!! love you Godbless happy flying

snaprollinpitts: Hey Bruce, I'm glad to see you back and in great form, have you, or do you know anything on the chainlink system thanks mike

DJ Kinney: This links is actually really, really interesting. It links to a list of enforcement actions near the bottom. I have spent a bit of time reading each of these enforcement actions. While I never said they wouldn't eventually come for me, I would still feel safe even with an FM pirate radio. Here's why (and why it's so interesting to me). Of the last 100 enforcement actions, 62 were in Florida. The majority of those in Miami. You seem interested in this subject. So what's going on in Florida?

xjet: I trained and worked as an electronics (RF and analog systems) engineer in the 1970s, got into digital systems (hardware and software) in the 1980s and have been working (off and on) in the field ever since.

SaToMojo: Thank You Professor Bruce; for a subject well explained, for wearing the ER9X shirt :) & for making new "Academic" videos, great U said a serie because i think this is the sucret of Ur success. Some trick it & some r naturals, U got the groove. /-{*-*}-/

rreolle: im getting into fpv I just ordered the fat shark attitude sd 5.8 I have two radios and not sure witch would be best for longer range, im looking for only a max of 1 1/2 miles. should I set it up with my optic 6 2.4 radio or an older futabe skysport 4 fm72.5mhz radio. also I been tring to find out the range on the two radios you have any idea on that. thanks.

Loke Man: I'd rather peel my own face off and staple to my plane than order from Hobby King.

FPVav8tr: Bruce, Thanks for your videos. Question. You mention by changing the stock antennas only, you can affectivly gain about 40% in range. But what is the approx gain in distance when using the 2 watt wifi booster vs the 60mw transmitter power? Assuming you are using the same gain antenna. Thanks.

John Jackson: You sir know your crap! I think you are single handedly persuading me to spend a lot of money on FPV...Great and technically informative videos.

Phantoms .GuitarRC: you need a ham license to run 433mhz how come you did not mention that?

Warren Crowther: Hi Bruce, I found this video very useful! I am looking at extending the range of my FPV setup, and have been considering DragonLink, I will be very interested to see what you think of that vs the RMILEC gear. Also I'd be keen to know what kind of gear you've tested for the video link - tx, rx, antennas etc. Finally, what is the open source radio gear from hobbyking you mentioned in the video, do you have a link to this? Thanks again and keep up the good work! btw are you a Kiwi/Aussie?

xjet: Shielding is a bit of a "black art" -- but there are some simple basics which, if there's a demand, I'll explain in a future video.
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