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MattyB21/10/2020 17:15:25
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Case closed you honour! wink

Allan Bennett21/10/2020 17:41:07
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Now at least I should be able to prove my next crash isn't my fault laugh

Allan Bennett26/10/2020 14:04:49
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Another question, please: I've just looked at the log from yesterday's flights, and it recorded correctly. It was a small quad flying ovals around a rugby field, and RSSI fluctuates rapidly and greatly, presumably as I flew to and away from myself. The data shows RSSI ranging from 106 to 49 -- is that the kind of numbers you would expect for flights less than 50m away from me? The receiver is an RXSR incorportated into FrSky's Omnibus F4 V6 flight controller, and the transmitter is Taranis 9D+2019 with v2 firmware.

MattyB26/10/2020 14:30:37
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Short answer - it depends, in the main on how your aerials are oriented. If it's an all carbon frame you are going to expect to see some masking in certain orientations and quads are generally flown pretty low, so I am not really surprised by those numbers; they are what I would expect for a ground  range test for a glider with extensive carbon too.

Edited By MattyB on 26/10/2020 14:53:59

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