Alex ...I made a new firmware and using a second current sensor plugged on the RSSI/temperature input. No problem if you use EZUHF or FRsky RSSI. Need some hardware modifications to the standard current sensor also. I will made this feature available on the next patch to release.
Alex thanks for taking the time to share your work.I am using laptop antennas:
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And this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Brand-New-Laptop-Wireless-Mini-PCI-PCI-E-Internal-Antenna-Free-Shipping-/200787123259?pt=US_Directional_Network_Antennas&hash=item2ebfd85c3b
Not 100% sure, but I think the second ones are better. Keep in mind that antennas have to be placed(they have one sticky side) over a good dielectric. If placed over conductive surfaces will not work properly.
The Vtx used is 1.16Ghz 1500mW.
Thanks MrLee.A solution around losing p/t and flaps when using cppm, you can still use channels directly from Rx. So I have my Rx connected to rvosd via cppm then unused channels are used for p/t & flaps connected to Rx and set to neutral failsafe
The wing is foam covered with Fiberglassing. I just taped the antennas to it. The vertical antenna pod is carbon fiber, so I taped the antennas making sure the radiating element is surrounded by air.What did you use as your Dielectric? Fiberglass any good? plastic?
Looks like you've used the foam for RX2?
Hi Alex, I am very interested to learn how you have set up your dual V8R7SP. do have images online somewhere? Or is it as simple as binding two rx and running all used servo channels in parallel with y connectors? Also what vtx freq and MW are you on? 1.2G?? if so are you running a low pass filter?
Hi Alex,..I think he has the first Rx configured with PPM1 input, and the second Rx with PPM2 input.