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A question about VTX, ESC and GPS interference...

Started by Humphreys dad, Saturday,September 15, 2012, 09:25:01

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Humphreys dad

Hi everyone,

There is always much talk about interference between video TX and GPS etc but I'm unsure of some things...

1. Will having the Naza GPS cable routing past ESC wires cause interference? I know the wires are shielded but is it effective?

2. On my 650 quad, there is limited scope for placing items far from each other. Just how far should the GPS receiver be from the VTX? There's about 15-20 cm between mine.

3. Presumably my EZOSD won't cause too much trouble for the GPS as it is passive? Having said that, it handles the camera bus so perhaps it makes significant emissions?

I'm always careful about tidy wiring and sensible routing but I must admit, with the wealth of nfrmation on here and other forums about these things, it's difficult to filter out what I need to know.

Thanks and best wishes,

Luke

Gaza07

Saturday,September 15, 2012, 12:20:27 #1 Last Edit: Saturday,September 15, 2012, 18:47:54 by Gaza07
As long as your gps is up on its pole out of the way I cant see a problem the best way is to test it  ;)
Is the naza gps cable shielded ?

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Had no trouble from mine, all chucked in and set up as per instructions, no glitches. :tongue:
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