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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by PhantomDude69, Feb 13, 2015.

  1. PhantomDude69

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    What kind of Distance are you guys getting? Please post particulars of location.
     
  2. David VanArsdale

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    on the edge of the city from a three story rooftop - getting up to 988' alt & just under mile radius before transmission signal starts to fail.
     
  3. PetePerrim

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    Over 2500 metres, posted video on similar thread here last week. Search using keyword 'range'
     
  4. InspiredOne

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    Flying that high could you and the rest of us grounded.
     
  5. Air Miles

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    At 400 ft. I have flown approx. 3 miles and turned around due to not being sure the battery time would allow a further flight. I did realize after returning at 43% that I could have flown further as I have the DBSMODS ITELITE antennae. I did have full video signal returning from the bird with no glitches at 3 miles. A 5-8 mph head wind was evident and made the trip out there harder than coming back. Nevertheless, I made an approx. 5.9 mile ride there and back.

    On my Inspire 1 v1 I with the 1410 coded transmitter I only received video for 1.25 miles before getting broken video signals back from the bird.

    The I1v2 with the 1510 coded transmitter allows for 3+ miles of return distance with a strong video signal.
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    #5 Air Miles, Feb 27, 2016
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  6. seanmclean

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    I've never done a range test, but routinely get 3K feet of strong signal, which is far more than enough.