Paralinx Arrow antenna positions

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  1. Michael Braun

    Michael Braun Member

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    How you need to point TX and RX to get the best signal on a Cinestar in the air?

    Is it possible to transmit with Paralinx and also with 5.8ghz SD video? Do you get any interference?
     
  2. Dan Kanes

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    Hi! We have transmitted video simultaneously using an analog transmitter and an arrow. I recommend putting the arrow with the tip opposite the hdmi port down towards earth if you can (perhaps on a landing gear).

    On your receiver - you should point the end opposite the HDMI up to get optimal range.

    You would likely need an HDMI splitter, and then an hdmi to analog converter on your craft in order to send from both simultaneously.

    I hope these answers have been helpful! Please let me know if there is anything else I can address for you.

    Best,

    Dan Kanes
    president and CTO
    Paralinx, LLC
     
  3. Tuukka Ylonen

    Tuukka Ylonen Member

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    Can anyone share experiences with Paralinx Arrow Plus mounted into a multicopter. What is the realistic range that can be reliably achieved. Is it the advertised 300ft line of sight or less / more?
     
  4. Tim Joy

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    I was wondering if it's possible to hack the antenna and make the range on these much better. Just like the cloverleaf design that drastically improved the range and signal of the SD downlinks a few years ago. Is there anywhere on it that states the frequency used?
     

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