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Old 01-11-2016, 08:26 PM   #31
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Re: 433 MHZ uhf radio systems

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I use the DTFUHF and I love it. I've used it for almost 2 years now with zero problems. The range is great and it is very compatible with my 1280 video system. I also got my ham permit when I started fpv to be legal.
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Old 04-10-2016, 12:11 PM   #32
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Re: 433 MHZ uhf radio systems

I am using the EZUHF system, it is pretty impressive, the people at Flitetest did a test of the UHF systems and the ImmersionRC EZUHF performed extremely well. Expensive but very good.

You can get it as a module on your transmitter or as an add on using the trainer port. That is what I use on my DX7s transmitter.

I never experienced any dropout or brownout flying my 3DR Y6. I got it to fly my Racing Drone but I dont feel that I am a good enough pilot yet to even try the Vortex.
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Old 04-10-2016, 02:16 PM   #33
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Re: 433 MHZ uhf radio systems

The UHF are great for almost evertything .. except for racing and really aggressive freestyle. reason is using the module bay or trainer port introduces a lot of latency to the system. Those seeking to be very advanced racers or freestyle competitors would probably not want that. But for the rest of us, UHF is probably OK.

and you will need UHF if you want to fly like Charpu! Though buildings and drainpipes and such. UHF is definitely not only for controversial long range flying, it is also for safe short range freestyle flying.

I have the Scherrere UHF system. BUt I do not use it as it is too big heavy and hard core. I might buy my old small low power Dragonlink back from my friend, or buy the EZUHF JR module lowpower UHF. Try to fly like Charpu (yeah right!)
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