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2,4ghz antenna error

Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by nikolas_v, Jul 28, 2016.

  1. nikolas_v

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    Hi guys.I just opened my remote to do a mod,and saw that the 2,4 ghz stock antennas are pointing to different places.do you think that it is normal?

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  2. nikolas_v

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  3. x11freak

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    You have a bigger picture? Hard to see anything on this one :-(
     
  4. nikolas_v

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    is it better?


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  5. x11freak

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    size seems the same... but it gives a better idea of what you mean... I don't think it's a problem though.
     
  6. captainmilehigh

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    Looks like they were glued in differently. May play with your wifi direction control a bit. If you are doing a Argtek or Itelite DBS mod, you can remove them anyway. If not, you can even one up and re-hot glue it.


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  7. Mark The Droner

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    No I don't think it's normal but I don't think it's a big deal either.

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  8. N017RW

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    I will also agree with the previous posters it's not a big deal.
    Attempting to 'fix' may cause damage depending on your skill/experience.

    Another fine example of DJI manufacturing quality control.
     
  9. nikolas_v

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    the thing is that you think that you point directly to the bird,and actually the one antenna points to the ground!anyway,i just finished my mod

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