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RX and TX placement

Started by Biffa, Monday,February 04, 2013, 13:46:50

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Hello again folks.

I have stripped down my HK450 while waiting for the KK board to turn up and as this is going to be my FPV test bed I have a quick question regarding RX and TX placement.

I am on 2.4 for my radio and 5.8 for the FPV. While I know these are two completely different frequencies and as such there should be no issue running them both alongside each other is there any reason why I cannot place the FPV TX and the Orange RX side by side on the frame.

Does anyone know of any potential issues I may encounter?

As always any input gratefully received :notworthy:


Think I would plump for separation somewhat just in case :crossfingers:
Let's be careful out there.
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I agree, although different freqencys I would give each unit as much space as possible. My TX gets warm on the FPV side as well and I wouldnt like this warming up the other unit..  Only my opinio and I';m sure there are exsperts on here that will guide you with all you need.. For my pennys worth I wouldn';t.

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