... BUT: if your transmitter does not put out the power, the larger antenna does not increase transmitter power as indicated... it will only increase output up to the limit of the power (mW) available. In other words, a system designed around a 3 dBm antenna most likely will not reach 3.12 mW simply by adding a 5 dBm antenna.
Antonio Brown: RMILEC -> Arm - i- lec ??
Yang Lee: "made in Taiwan" Proud to be Taiwaneseeeeeee
shoominati23: So can I get one of the 2000mw 5.8ghz systems from hoobyking and get at least 10 kilometres? as I asked them and they said I needed LPV... I dunno, I give up! Well my goal is to build a semi quarter scale model of at least 2.5 metres wingspan with a gas motor of around 30cc and have large fuel capacity and be able to launch a model down by the coast and fly it inland above the capital city , get footage and fly back again. eventually I want to design my own composite mode land give it long and slender wings such as a u-2 or a predator drone (oops, did I say that?) so I can float around at higher altitudes without using a ton of fuel.
John Robertson: Although Ive been watching your videos for awhile now, because Ive just gotten a Dragonlink, I thought Ide check this vid out. All was going nicely till I heard you say "You can get a UHF system....". Ummm...I know youre aware of this, but, Everything between 300Mhz and 3Ghz is UHF. Why are there people saying..."Oooh, Ahhh,,UHF is so cool"? Anyone flying 2.4G is already in the uhf band! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultra_high_frequency I know..it sounds cool. We like to get sucked in by the marketeers.
neo36w eno36w: awesome :D
Rob Lock: From your experience, or maybe some chatter you think is reputable, who produces the longer range stock transmitter at 2.4Mhz, in your opinion? (Futaba FrSky Spektrum in particular.)
hyphen-ated: Thanks Bruce! Interesting going back and re-watching these, information is just as useful. You seem so much more relaxed here :P
Thomas A. Anderson: I guess you forgot the 27 MHz and 75 MHz transmitters if UHF for you is too noisy.....
Jaultaub: thanks a lot!!! i look soooo long for an apropriate way to amplify my signal!