FrSky Tandem Dual Frequency Transmitters

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  • biggsgolf
    Captain
    • Jan 2020
    • 759

    FrSky Tandem Dual Frequency Transmitters

    Would this System technically work using 2.4Ghz alone when sub is submerged? I would need to depend on the RX antenna protruding above the water when sub is submerged. Is there a way to extend the 2.4Ghz with RG178? Do the RX's have IPEX connectors? Just been on my mind, hope this makes sense? I would like to employ this system for it's many capabilities.
  • redboat219
    Admiral
    • Dec 2008
    • 2837

    #2
    Make it simple, make strong, make it work!

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    • biggsgolf
      Captain
      • Jan 2020
      • 759

      #3
      Originally posted by biggsgolf
      Would this System technically work using 2.4Ghz alone when sub is submerged? I would need to depend on the RX antenna protruding above the water when sub is submerged. Is there a way to extend the 2.4Ghz with RG178? Do the RX's have IPEX connectors? Just been on my mind, hope this makes sense? I would like to employ this system for it's many capabilities.
      Yes, but that's not a tandem receiver

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      • biggsgolf
        Captain
        • Jan 2020
        • 759

        #4
        Need to know if it will work

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        • redboat219
          Admiral
          • Dec 2008
          • 2837

          #5
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          Instead of an ipex connector how about installing a male- female connector on the tip existing antennae?





          Would also make servicing the wtc easier.
          Make it simple, make strong, make it work!

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