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garry

FPV hobby

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,,, for hexagonal metal spacers, such parts can be used ...

 

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,,, a new "gift" for Garry....

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This antenna is a response to this video....

 

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Garry, how about this drona .. ??

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This is a good device, but it is needed for good quality video shooting, so its price is huge over $ 1000. For a hobby this is very expensive.

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Garry, it's not easy to use such a Devlon cutter...

 

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I came to the conclusion that for a better cut of polystyrene foam, a gravitational foam cutter is needed. Above I laid out an example. Foam cut from the video above is needed for small parts.
Here is another example.

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To maintain the theme, a screenshot of the Don river in Russia from a bird's eye view.

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,,,another "gift" for Garry,my friend...

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,,,and here is a suspended(on insulating spacers of polystyrene foam)patch antenna with aerial transmission lines...

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,,,and the 435MHz antenna, as shown on the inside...??

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"For my friend Garry, I tried to make a Remo-antenna adaptation for frequencies

Ch4-1080мГц, ch5-1120мГц, ch6-1160мГц, ch7-1200мГц, ch8-1240мГц, ch9-1280мГц ,ch-c 1320мГц, CH-b, 1360 мГц

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"Okay, Garry I think it's best with circular directors...

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My friend, Directors of different forms can be tested on one antenna, they are elementary change. So I'm ready to test any form !

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,,,and a MiMo-antenna...

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On 2/20/2018 at 5:27 PM, Admin said:

At your request, Garry, I made this biloop-antenna for the 1.16GHz frequency...

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,,,with the execution drawings...

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this piece of wire bends with the radius above

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it can be used for 2400mhz?

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,,,yes, it can, but with other dimensions ...!!!

,,, do you want it ... ??

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16 minutes ago, Admin said:

,,,yes, it can, but with other dimensions ...!!!

,,, do you want it ... ??

with pleasure, brother :) if you have time for it.

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