I’m a couple days away from heading off on a 10 day road trip filming adventure, and it occurred to me that we might want to do some flying from inside the RV as its heading down the road, for example. I’ll have my ALTA and MōVI with me. The ALTA has the Futaba 14SG with the two receiver setup. The MōVI has the Spektrum DX8 with the standard satellite receiver from Freefly. My first thought was that I could just pinch the two TX’s antennae off and get a SMA extension cable for each and mount their antennae outside the body of the RV. But upon further investigation, unfortunately neither of these fine radios has an SMA connector on their antenna. Both require some surgery, and it looks like more trouble than it’s worth. So, my question is what kind of signal attenuation can I expect through the body of a motor home with those two 2.4ghz transmitters? Is it a fool’s mission to even try to run the TXs from inside the vehicle? I’m not looking for much range (probably 100 meters) but given that the point of this is to be mobile, I’d hate to have a RTH triggered and have the ALTA zoom back a mile or so to where we took off from. And apropos, I don’t seem to have any visibility into radio signal strength with the Futaba. Is that visible somewhere in any of the system? Thanks, amigos!