Have you ever wondered how much delay our VTX and VRX have? In this article we will test how much latency our 5.8Ghz analog VRX and VTX introduce to our FPV system.
When it comes to choosing a video transmitter (VTX) for mini quad, the factors you need to consider shift from long range and high power to small size and bandwidth friendly. In this article we will discuss all the factors on how to choose VTX for a quadcopter.
Video transmitters (aka VTX) are devices that transmit videos from your drone to your FPV Goggles or ground station. In this edition of “Top 5 Best” we will announce 5 best 5.8Ghz VTX for your mini quad in March 2017.
I wanted to review this Eachine TX01 VTX/Camera combination, because it can potentially be used on brushed micro quads such as the Tiny Whoop, and only half the price as a FX797/FX798.
The Aomway HB25T is a camera built-in 5.8Ghz VTX that meets anyone’s compact FPV needs.
There are many AIO FPV setup out there that includes both camera and VTX. Today we are testing the Eachine EF-01.
Hobbyking recently released the new Quanum Elite VTX. We looked into the features and spec of this video transmitter, and discussed what the pros and cons are.
The fact that VTX nowadays are getting smaller, it means there is less surface area to let the heat go and often cause overheat issues. This is especially the case with high power units like the TS5828 600mW. In this post we will share some tips how you can prevent VTX overheat. Same principle should applies to other VTX and electronics.