More info: http://www.medicina-familiei.com/fpveng.html
Views: 2769 marcelmarius999
Here is a quick comparison between two diversity ground stations. First was originally designed by Brian Morris (BrainDrain) and is made up of two FR632 40CH Diversity receivers connected to an Oracle Diversity Controller which compares the video feeds and picks the better video frames. I had three 5-turn helical and one Airblade antenna on this test. Second is a ClearView 5.8 Racing diversity ground station which through magic and voodoo combines the video from two high sensitivity receivers. I used two Airblade antennas for this test. You pick your poison, I already got mine ;) Thanks to Andrew Meyer (MayMayDay) for letting me use his hardware for this test.
Views: 3255 Eric Milewski
Range Test of my Quad Diversity Oracle with 4 Patch Antenna Oracle video diversity controller (x3) http://www.readymaderc.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=11_34_536&products_id=83 Circular Wireless 1.2-1.3GHz RHCP Patch Antenna (x4) http://www.readymaderc.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=2951
Views: 375 florent caillas
Here's the prototype RCModelReviews FPV video diversity controller in action, being tested with a 5-turn helical and skew-planar antenna. The RC model plane used was an AXN Clouds Fly Floater Jet fitted with the FPV backpack and flown by "the flying Doc" who has a full-sized license and just loves flying FPV., even though this was only his second flight (nice landing!). A couple more prototypes of the diversity controller will be in use this weekend and once' I'm happy that it's 100% reliable, the full project build video and pages will be published.
Views: 8062 xjet
Inspired/Copied from The Penetrator ground station by BrainDrain: https://youtu.be/2IpdEvXpVxQ Two each ImmersionRC Duo5800 v4.1 "Race Edition" 5.8GHz Audio/Video Diversity Receivers there outputs going into an Oracle Video Diversity Controller then a wired output to my goggles. I can unscrew the antennas and stow them inside the case for safe transport. Example 1: https://youtu.be/mgl8zT2QCg4
Views: 601 Stormin13
First of all I'm sorry for the shaky video, the camera mount wasn't affixed properly, but I think the video is still good enough to post. I met up with friends at the University of British Columbia parkade for some drone racing practice. At the same time I wanted to test out my new ground station inspired by BrainDrain and guys from VoodoQuads. I'm really happy with it as the video shows. Hopefully soon a buddy of mine will get his ClearView and then I can make a comparison video between the two systems. As usual thanks to www.LiftRC.com for helping me fly. The quad setup in this video, it flies awesome: LRC Race frame (the best out there and I have three of them) - https://www.liftrc.com/lrc-race-5inch RMRC DoDo Flight controller (BorisB betaflight) - http://www.readymaderc.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=4221 Rotorgeeks RG20 ESCs - http://rotorgeeks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=34_43&product_id=307 RCX 2205/2633KV motors - http://www.myrcmart.com/rcx-h2205-2633kv-multirotor-outrunner-brushless-motor-motion-balanced-p-9049.html Lumenier SMC-600 camera- https://www.liftrc.com/lumenier-smc-600-super-mini-cased-600tvl-wide-angle LRC 200mW Raceband VTX - https://www.liftrc.com/lrc-raceband-vtx-200 ParagonUAV 1000mAh 4S 65C Batteries - http://www.paragonuav.com/paragon-4s-1000mah-65c-xt60/ FrSky X4R-SB S-bus receiver - https://www.liftrc.com/frsky-x4r-sb-receiver FrSky Taranis transmitter- https://www.liftrc.com/frsky-taranis-x9d-transmitter FatShark Dominator HD V2 goggles w/raceband receiver Free music from: https://www.jamendo.com/track/978788/algorithm
Views: 831 Eric Milewski
Just thought I'd try this out. It took me ca. 3 hours to build was quite fun to build. But, I'm up to over 4 euros in build costs. I guess electronics are a little more expensive here in Germany. Plus since I didn't have the exact ohm Resistors, I had to double up to get the needed values. Causing a couple cents more in costs. RCModelReviews Diversity Controller - http://youtu.be/4yDfRrsH0WM Part Price amount Total LM324N DIP14 0,16 € 1 0,16 € CD4066 0,58 € 1 0,58 € IC Fassung 0,18 € 2 0,36 € Widerstand 820K 0,08 € 1 0,08 € Widerstand 60K 0,09 € 2 0,18 € Widerstand 4,7K 0,09 € 2 0,18 € Widerstand 2K 0,09 € 2 0,18 € Widerstand 17K 0,09 € 2 0,18 € Widerstand 28K 0,09 € 2 0,18 € Widerstand 30K 0,09 € 2 0,18 € Konds. ,1mfd 0,15 € 2 0,30 € LED (Red,Yellow) 0,41 € 2 0,82 € Leiterplatte 4,00 € 0,2 0,80 € Total 4,18 €
Views: 180 Dan Stasiak
Easily control your RGB LED Lighting with the ORACLE LED Smart Touch Remote Series of Controllers. Modern design, renders this remote a visual appeal on any surface. Multifunction capabilities gives you an array of lighting methods to create the perfect visual atmosphere in any room.
Views: 1657 ORACLE Lighting
This video demonstrates some preliminary bench test of a cheap DIY 3-chanel video diversity controller, designed to be used for FPV. There are already plenty of DIY diversity systems on the web, but this one *does not* use the RSSI signal of the receivers. Instead, it monitors the video quality of the input signals. In this short test, a bad image is first simulated by putting two of the 3 receivers on a wrong channel. The yellow LEDs indicate the video input that is selected by the DIY module. At the end of the video the 3 receivers are on the correct channel (here #2), and therefore the module switches rapidly back and forth between the 3 inputs (*) (because they all carry a good image). The controller is based on three LM1881 chips that extract the sync. pulses from the composite video signals, a fast ESP8266 SoC (running at 160MHz) to analyze these pulses and determine which image has the best quality. The switch is a fast Max4545 chip, designed to handle video signals. Some more information about this on-going project can be found here: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2839781-3-channel-DIY-video-diversity-system-for-FPV-%2Awithout-RSSI%2A (*) Note: Some slight flicker in the image can be seen at the end: this is simply due to the fact that one of the 3 receivers provides an image with a slightly lower luminosity than the two others (they are not identical models). The switching between the different sources is otherwise invisible.
Views: 482 grmis
This is a quick video showing the switching of our new 4 channel diversity video controller. It allows for up to 4 antennas and receivers to be used at the same time, providing 360 degree coverage without the many problems associated with antenna trackers. Contact us for more information on http://www.airsecure.co.za
Views: 70 AirSecure Products and Services
The EntryLink Diversity takes you safely inside the Hotzone. A wireless handheld video camera system, the EntryLink Diversity is the incident commanders eyes inside the Hotzone. Increase entrants safety, use technical experts from the safety of incident command, review taped video to bring the Backup Team up to speed, and reduce the number of entries by mounting the camera on a tripod for remote monitoring. Available in one antenna system (SC-EL-DIV-1) or for optimum picture quality, three antenna system (SC-EL-DIV-3), the EntryLink Diversity lets you see and hear in real time what the Entry Team is encountering. HazMat teams use the EntryLink Diversity to: ◦ID Dangerous Chemicals ◦Direct the Entry Team ◦Reduce the Number of Entries ◦Monitor the Incident Remotely ◦Record Entries for Evaluation or Forensic Evidence
Views: 630 CONSPACEChannel
A neural controller evolved for three different robot morphologies, which differ in the length of their legs, can interpolate to never-seen intermediate morphologies without any further training.
Views: 188 EplexUCF
Bruce has come with this simple diversity controller design which need only a small amount of component and skills. I figures this is a good project to practice my soldering skills and i came out with my own build of Bruce's design with an added twist. More picture of the build @ http://www.facebook.com/kcrcw Using two RC5808 video receiver module, I build myself two diy video receiver for this project. The module is cheap and available online. Furthermore, the RSSI pin are clearly mark. I put the diy video transmitter build from a TX5823 video transmitter module in to act as a video relay for my goggle. So I don't have to be plugged in to the diversity controller. I'm still learning about electronic stuff (all thanx to this hobby). So I actually doing this just by following Bruce's video guide and coupled with what I had learned from my past projects. So I'm not really sure if the placement of these modules going to have some effect on the signal strength and etc. I got it working this far together with the relay. Still have to be flight tested as to see if it will work in action. Thanks to Bruce at RCModelReviews for sharing his Uber-simple Diversity Controller design. More info on Bruces design n concept here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yDfRrsH0WM
Views: 1738 kapitanC
FPV Quad RC Ground Station micro diversity controller 5.8g Range Video Hobbyking ReadymadeRC Sky Surfer
Views: 1237 Soldier53flyer
I have been playing with Arduino a lot lately and have seen a few projects i wanted to try, This being one of the more interesting ones, its taken a while to learn enough to be able to do something like this, but as you can see ive got it working, with help from People in Groups on FB and RCGroups.com, im really chuffed with myself and the outcome of the project... All the info for this project came from http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2477752 Thanks to the guys who came up with this personaly i think its an awesome little gadget
Views: 540 Alex Walpole
Equipment and settings: = Video Downlink = * GF-OSC Camera * 10mW, 2.4GHz Intel Video Transmitter (Globe-Flight) * 2 Intel Video Receiver * Oracle Diversity Controller * One large 12dBi omni antenna and a small 8dBi omni antenna * Headplay Video Goggles = Onboard Recording = * GoPro HD mounted on top of the PCB stack * Recording mode r3 (720p, 59.94 fps) * No deshaker and all scenes are realtime, except of the crash in slow motion. = Copter = * The Still Unnamed QuadroCopter Project :-) * CoreBRD is a combination of the UAVP NG sensor circuit, some circuit snippets of HB-copter and some patchwork to control everything with a AT91SAM7S256 ARM7 controller. * Software includes a quaternion based Kalman filter, LQ-Regulator and a setpoint filter for a smooth but direct control feeling. Control rate is 250Hz. * RC link: 35MHz PPM * Brushless Controller: Mikrokopter BL-Ctrl * Take-off weight with 2200mAh LiPo: 0.98kg = Export for YouTube = * Video: 1280x720 ; 29.97 Frames/s; H.264; 5000 kbit/s * Audio: 48000 Hz; Stereo; AAC
Views: 3463 Tensor
All my aircrafts are equipped with DragonLink for rock solid rc control! Visit http://www.fpvpro.com/ for more information. FPV live feed: 1.3ghz video transmitter with Cloverleaf, Mad mushroom or Singularity in the air. Mad mushroom/Pepperbox on Oracle Diversity Controller. Recorded mostly with Foxeer Legend 3. Runcam Split and Runcam 2 is used on a few planes. Sony A5100 on the ground with tripod and/or Turnspro. Big thanks to my fellow pilots for awesome chase and formation flights. Please check out their channels and subscribe: Vassa69 https://www.youtube.com/user/vazza69 Ronny Nilsen https://www.youtube.com/user/Berghnilsen71 Arctic FPV https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYiGc--iU-HwOtBcVREsxrw Nutrox84 https://www.youtube.com/user/nutrox84 No bloopers in this years video, watch all my bloopers in this compilation video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn8-Q-uUajo&t=126s All music from: http://www.epidemicsound.com/ 1: Atmospherica - Squiid 2: Fight For Glory - Niklas Johansson 3: Juggernaut March - Niklas Johansson 4: Thrillseeker 2 - Gustavsson & Sandberg
Views: 14778 andberge
American Bald Eagles soar in sunset lighting over spectacular peaks covered in fresh winter snow in this aerial video of the majestic Rocky Mountains. Thrilling scenes with gorgeous colors and some daring cliff descents provide the most epic FPV aerial snapshot of the Wasatch Rockies ever filmed. The pilot also composed & recorded an original soundtrack for this video! ©2012 Todd J Sheridan, all rights reserved. Aerial Platform: Deep Reaper from CrashTestHobby.com Long Range UHF TX/RX: DragonLink from DragonLabs.net OSD: DragonLabs DOSD V2+ Video Feed: LawMate 2.4 HD Video: GoPro Hero 2 1080p 30fps Turnigy 35-42 1250kv motor with 60 amp ESC and 10x6 APC prop 4S 6600 mah Lipos (2x3300) VTX Antenna - IBCrazy Vee VRX Antenna - BiQuad & 8dbi RHCP Patch in backpack ground station Oracle Video Diversity controller FPV Japan - FJ-DVR-SD4 - Digital Video Recorder http://fpv-japan.com/
Views: 66711 TJ Sheridan
This is just a quick update to my last video- How to access the "Test", "hidden" Menu and change the value on the switching time for this rx link to product http://goo.gl/SVfl0F
Views: 2857 7demo7
A few days ago I started to develop a DIY FPV Diversity Controller. In this video I give you a brief update where the project's progress currently is. For more info on the project and status updates please visit http://www.rcfan.info
Views: 675 RcFanBlog
If you've ever wanted to fly through a Martian landscape, this is as close as you can possibly get! Absolutely breathtaking scorched red terrain, majestic cliffs, beautiful rivers covered with water lilies made of ice, natural stone arches, and narrow chasms barely big enough to fly through all make up one of my best FPV videos yet. Shot in the open desert west of Moab, Utah. Filmed in the open deserts west of Moab, Utah, this place is a fantasy land of FPV terrain, both exciting and treacherous. Edited to a fantastic soundtrack score by E.S. Posthumus, if you don't get goosebumps, you might want to check for a pulse! Special thanks to ground camera man Ken Barney for getting those amazing shots! ©2011 Todd J Sheridan, all rights reserved. Aerial Platform: Deep Reaper from CrashTestHobby.com Long Range UHF TX/RX: DragonLink from DragonLabs.net OSD: DragonLabs DOSD V2+ Video Feed: LawMate 2.4 via Pixim Seawolf Camera HD Video: GoPro Hero 2 1080p 30fps Turnigy 35-42 1250kv motor with 60 amp ESC and 10x6 APC prop 4S 6600 mah Lipos (2x3300) VTX Antenna - IBCrazy Vee VRX Antenna - BiQuad & 8dbi RHCP Patch in backpack ground station Oracle Video Diversity controller FPV Japan - FJ-DVR-SD4 - Digital Video Recorder http://fpv-japan.com/
Views: 80262 TJ Sheridan
Snow Canyon is a unique location west of St. George Utah where Red Navajo Sandstone & bleached Navajo Sandstone combine to give a bit of illusion that the red stone has snow on it, even in 100 degree heat. The terrain is covered with giant black lava boulders and lava tubes. On the other side of the mountain from Snow Canyon is a beautiful area called Kayenta, which has some of the most spectacular cliffs I've ever seen. There are hundreds of pools on the bluff at the top of the cliffs, and during rainy season the pools turn into ponds & lakes. There are dozens of small pools in this video, see if you can find them all! I composed another original soundtrack for this video. This one with a Native American theme mixed with a bit of techno/soundtrack. The original song is entitled "Cliffs of Kayenta" and was created exclusively for this video. ©2012 Todd J Sheridan, all rights reserved. RC GEAR LIST: Aerial Platform: Deep Reaper from CrashTestHobby.com Long Range UHF TX/RX: DragonLink from www.DragonLabs.net OSD: DragonLabs DOSD V2+ Video Transmission: LawMate 2.4 TX/RX Video Feed: Pixim Seawolf HD Video: GoPro Hero 2 1080p 30fps Turnigy 35-42 1250kv motor with 60 amp ESC and 10x6 APC prop 4S 6600 mah Lipos (2x3300) VTX Antenna - IBCrazy Vee VRX Antenna - BiQuad & 8dbi RHCP Patch in backpack ground station Oracle Video Diversity controller FPV Japan - FJ-DVR-SD4 - Digital Video Recorder http://fpv-japan.com/
Views: 15761 TJ Sheridan
A look at the new Quanum RC540R Diversity receivers.. AND my first impressions of them! Link to these receivers: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__84862__Quanum_RC540R_5_8GHz_40CH_Race_Band_FPV_Diversity_Receiver.html There is allso a 2.4Ghz version: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__84863__Quanum_RC216R_2_4GHz_16CH_FPV_Diversity_Receiver.html Specs of the 5.8Ghz version: Video format supported: NTSC/PAL Antenna connections: SMA jack Power input: 6~18V Power Consumption: 150mA at 12VDC Rx sensitivity: Better than -96dBm Video impedance: 75Ω Dimension: 75x 62 x 17mm Weight: 100g Features: • 40 channels: Cover A, B, E, F and R bands • Diversity receivers • Easy to use navigation button for the band and channel selection • LED display showing band, channel, RSSI, spectrum graph, battery level plus much more • Three operating modes : Diversity, Independent, and Spectrum Analyser • Customizable menu displays Support the DutchRC Channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=T499GC69NGV9A My Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DutchRC.Adventures My Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/+DutchRCADVENTURES/posts DutchRC Adventures™.. All rights reserved. Publication, reproduction or distribution of this film by any means whatsoever - including without limitation electronic transmission via internet or e-mail, or re-uploading existing videos & re-uploading such material on any website anywhere in the world — is strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of DutchRC Adventures. We are not directly affiliated with any of the vendors or manufacturers in this video. DutchRC Adventures is not liable for any damage or loss through the use of products or techniques shown - Use at your own risk! This film and the DutchRC Adventures film series broadcast on YouTube is intended for entertainment purposes only.
Views: 3117 DutchRC Adventures
This is my new Quad Diversity Ground Station(Johnny 5 Is Alive) for the best video experience I can get inspired by Brian Morris. Took about 8 hours from start to finish with all the wiring and building. Hope you enjoy it. All links to where you can purchase below. 1x Camera Tri-pod http://www.walmart.com/ip/58-3-WAY-PANHEAD-BUBBLE-LEVEL-TRIPOD/33413938 1x 16x16 Hard Molded Plastic Base 2x ImmersionRC Duo 5800 v4.1 A/V Diversity Receiver (Race Edition)http://www.getfpv.com/immersionrc-duo-5800-v4-1-a-v-diversity-receiver-race-edition.html 1x ImmersionRC PowerBox http://www.getfpv.com/immersionrc-powerbox.html 1x Oracle Video Diversity Controller http://www.readymaderc.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=11_34_536&products_id=83 1x 7" TFT LCD MONITOR FPV DISPLAY http://www.voodooquads.com/7-tft-lcd-monitor-fpv-display/ 4x Extra 2.1mm Right Angle Barrel Connector 30cm to Pigtail http://www.getfpv.com/2-1mm-right-angle-barrel-connector-30cm-to-pigtail.html 2x XT 60 Female Connectors http://www.voodooquads.com/xt60-connectors-male-female-set/ 2x 1800mAh 3s Batteries http://www.voodooquads.com/kypom-black-1800mah-3s-35c-70c/ 1x TrueRC 5.8GHz Fan Antenna http://www.getfpv.com/truerc-5-8ghz-fan-antenna.html 1x 5.8GHZ 11DBI PATCH PANEL ANTENNA http://www.voodooquads.com/5-8ghz-11dbi-patch-panel-antenna/ 1x TrueRC 5.8GHz X²-AIR Antenna http://www.getfpv.com/truerc-5-8ghz-x-air-antenna.html 1x ImmersionRC 5.8 GHz SpiroNET Antenna RHCP (SMA Connector)http://www.getfpv.com/5-8-ghz-spironet-antenna-set-sma.html www.VooDooQuads.com
Views: 425 Mackenna McClure
Some of the most stunning landscape formations in the world are found in Southern Utah. Among them are Factory Butte and Temple Mountain and the surrounding Mesas. I spent a few days camping in the desert so I could capture the formations in both morning, mid-day, and sunset lighting. I composed another original soundtrack for this video with a bit of middle-eastern flavor. Writing and recording the music is as much fun as the flying & video work! The original song is entitled "Angel Factory" and was created exclusively for this video. ©2012 Todd J Sheridan, all rights reserved. RC GEAR LIST: Aerial Platform: Deep Reaper from CrashTestHobby.com Long Range UHF TX/RX: DragonLink www.dragonlinkstore.com/v2/ OSD: DragonLabs DOSD V2+ Video Transmission: LawMate 2.4 TX/RX Video Feed: Pixim Seawolf HD Video: GoPro Hero 2 1080p 30fps Turnigy 35-42 1250kv motor with 60 amp ESC and 10x6 APC prop 4S 6600 mah Lipos (2x3300) VTX Antenna - IBCrazy Vee VRX Antenna - BiQuad Patch in backpack ground station Oracle Video Diversity controller FPV Japan - FJ-DVR-SD4 - Digital Video Recorder http://fpv-japan.com/
Views: 40769 TJ Sheridan
FPV project BETA 1400 Airplane: Frame - Beta 1400 (EasyStar copy with ailerons) Motor - AXI 2808/20 + 7"x 7" Graupner Regulator - FOXY 35A BEC Rx - UHF 433Mhz long range diversity PSU - The TBS PSU Camera - TBS PIXIM Seawolf 690TVL on PAN/TILT ReadymadeRC system Camera 2 - HD HERO 2 on board On Screen Display - Simple OSD with GPS and one current sensor for video battery Battery for RC system and motor - Li-Po 3S 2200mAh Separate battery for Video - Li-Po 3S 500mAh Video Tx- Lawmate 2,4Ghz Ground station: Tx - Hitec Aurora 9 (with 2S Li-Po 2100mAh) + UHF module + Nagoya antenna Vrx first - Lawmate 2,4Ghz TBS tunned with rubber ducky antenna 2,5dB Vrx second - Lawmate 2,4Ghz with 10dB patch antenna Both Vrx managed by ORACLE video diversity controller Video grabbing device - EasyCap USB with notebook Display - Fatshark Dominator goggles Everything (except Aurora) on ground powered by PB 12Ah batery and mounted on tripod Record flying distance now 3,5km Flying agility - 14minutes Weight with everything on board - 1190-1210g
Views: 473 sprstemvnose1
Getting more parts in for the ultimate FPV build. in this video I show you which base station antennas I am using along with a device to pick the best of two signals for truly the best quality video.
Views: 7861 Hairless Hippy
One of my first FPV flights and my first time with video editing software... so don't be too hard on me! ;-) Flight around 08:00 on 18th March 2012. Surface winds less than 10 kts, but howling above 350m! Music= Barenaked Ladies. Brian Wilson- Live. Gear: Plane= Skywalker (more like Franken-Walker with all the repair scars) HD footage shot using GoPro hero2, OSD footage shot with CCD Killer AV= 1000mW Lawmate 2.4 GHz TX and 2 RX with Oracle video diversity controller 1 x 6 dB1 whip antenna and 1 x 8 dBi patch antenna Manual antenna tracking FY Hornet OSD; FY 31AP (couldn't use stabilize mode yet... (stupid story) Robbe/Futaba FX18 TX- 35MHz...
Views: 733 njwxyz
A simple steady flight over Vistula River. The maximum ground distance was 7.4km away from base. My Equipment: - Twinstar II - Dual brushless motors Turnigy 1050KV - Dual 18A ESC - 5000mah 3s LiPo - RVOSD gen2 - Thomas Long Range System with Booster set to 3W of output power - 900mhz video gear - Video Oracle Diversity with long omnidirectional and patch antennas
Views: 64284 Piotr Paczynski
HQProp - http://hqprop.com Quad info on my blog: http://matthew-evans.info/2016/04/29/blade-inductrix-build-log-parts-list/ Quad Specs: Blade Inductrix Quanum Elite 25mW VTX+Camera Combo Micro-Motor-Warehouse upgraded motors Stock 25c Eflite lipo. myLipo.de 205mAh lipos on the way... :) Groundstation is a little overkill for the indoors, but it's all I have (no goggles module) 2x FR632 1x Oracle Diversity Controller VAS Crosshair VAS 5-turn helical IMRC Mini Patch TBS Triumph
Views: 5696 Matthew Evans
Tested my new Ground Station (v 3.0) The GS worked perfectly. It is a three antenna array. An Immersion Duo with two antennas plus an Lawmate with one antenna - both feeding an Oracle Diversity controller which selects the best. Works great - better than I could have hoped for! :) But: The current sensor (onboard, of course) showed funny results. The voltage indication was off for ages, but today anything regarding current was wrong. Therefore I didn't fly far - I could not trust the consumption figures at all. See for yourself: the real voltage of the 4s was 16.x at the beginning - the real consumption of the Quad would have been 20 Amp max, the real capacity of the Lipo was 3700 mAh. So you can see: everyting indicated concerning V and A is wrong. Could it have been the cold?
Views: 83 gletschertroll
I got the chance to test this small TRIVERSITY or triple receiver for my goto longrange groundstation. I dont like complicated, big groundstations - most times fly just with the goggles - but if you need the extra range, here you can point 3 high gain antennas and cover a larger area. It's time to retire my trusty FR632 diversity now! !DISCLAIMER! - VENDOR/SHOP sent me this product for review, details here: https://goo.gl/VUGdc6 and find it on bnaggood here: https://goo.gl/HqEA2J ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● VIDEO INDEX: 01:04 antannas to mount, different concepts 01:48 connections 02:47 menu, functions 02:57 BANDs, Channels 5300 - 6000! 03:22 Autosearch - not really good 03:43 display, disable single RX? 05:12 TEST1: each device with SINGLE LINEAR antenna 06:27 TEST2: now each device uses 2 LINEAR antennas - fair comparison 07:47 TEST3: diversity vs triversity (2v3 linear antennas) 08:35 REVELATION - which is the new TRIversity? 09:05 TEST4: 2 circ antennes vs 3 circ ant. 10:33 TEST5: SINGLE RX with -10db attenuator and LINEAR ant 11:48 CONCLUSION, final thoughts 14:28 - Goggles with Diversity vs TRI Receiver on tripod? ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬● ►EQUIPMENT: http://goo.gl/QNzck Filmed with: Panasonic GX8 + R0de VideoMicro, Samsung Galaxy S7 DYS Elf indoor drone (Review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY5o_Rk4S1M ) ►♫MUSIC: Compliments To The Piccolo 1 - Peter Sandberg ►my ⌘ COPTERS and ✈PLANES in the hangar: http://goo.gl/l5GfrE DO YOU WANT TO SEE MORE??? ►TOP Videos: http://goo.gl/MHfr1D ►Mountain DIVES: http://goo.gl/FfXPHa ►Product REVIEWS: http://goo.gl/mZkwHr ╔═╦╗╔╦╗╔═╦═╦╦╦╦╗╔═╗ ║╚╣║║║╚╣╚╣╔╣╔╣║╚╣═╣ → http://goo.gl/szFJv ╠╗║╚╝║║╠╗║╚╣║║║║║═╣ (best way to support me!) ╚═╩══╩═╩═╩═╩╝╚╩═╩═╝ (¯`·.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸¸.-RCSchim-.¸¸.·´¯`·.¸¸.·´¯) ╔════╡SOCIAL Media╞════════ ║ ►FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/O3e7l ║ ►INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2kDGLfs ║ ►TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2msl4D1 ║ ►BLOG: http://RCSCHIM.blogspot.com
Views: 4595 RCSchim
Had a little video interference issue show up during the first 5 to 10 minutes of a recent flight. The issue seemed to clear up about 10 minutes into the flight and didn't reappear for subsequent flights. I had also made a "clean video" flight of about 20 minutes prior to this one. Just wondering if anybody might look at the short video here and comment on what they think the cause of the poor video most likely is. i.e.... is it most likely some external RF signal that is showing up for those 5-10 minutes and giving interference? Or does it look more like I perhaps have a poor connection in my soldering jobs/gear somewhere and I had a problem that might reappear later? vTX is a 400mw 1.3Ghz transmitter from readymaderc receive antenna is a 1.3 IBCrazy Pepperbox which is plugged into an Oracle diversity box that also has a 1.3 Omni (think it's a skew planar). Pretty sure the Pepperbox was the selected antenna/vrx. Oh yeah... the video is actually related from the 1.3Ghz gear through a low-power (25mw I think) Fatshark 5.8 vTX repeater setup that I have. I'm using a simple linear antenna on the 5.8 vTX and vRX. The 5.8 units are maybe 10 feet apart.
Views: 90 Flyswamper
This is a test of the Range Video Micro Diversity board. I'm using the board with SKY-RF based 5.8GHz video kit from foxtech fpv. It looks to work great, I need to test it outdoors where it won't be bombarded with multi-path reflections etc. Micro Diversity Board: http://www.rangevideo.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=216 5.8GHz Kit http://www.foxtechfpv.com/foxtech-58g-200mw-txrx-with-integrated-regulator-board-and-mi-p-178.html
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