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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by andrewkehn, May 8, 2016.

  1. andrewkehn

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    On the remote someone said the left antenna is RC control (transmitter) and the right antenna is data from the craft (receiver) so I have to ask why when a booster (RF amp) is used why is it installed on both antennas. How does the RF amp help the receiver side . Please let the know
     
  2. RedHotPoker

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    Likely enables it to receive a stronger signal, from a greater distance away, from the RC. Makes sense to me.

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  3. Mark The Droner

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    This question comes up often. If you're hard of hearing, why wear a hearing aid? Same reason.
     
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