Circular Wireless 5.8GHz LHCP Skew Planar Antenna
LEFT HAND CIRCULAR POLARISED SKEW PLANER
If you fly with others on similar frequencies and want a way to avoid having your video signal scattered by the guy next to you, then mayb you should think about changing to a Left Hand Circular Polarised antenna setup. This will go a long way to eliminate nasty interference from others running RHCP antennas.
About these Antennas:
These antennas are second to none. Tetsted and tuned from the factory, they will offer you at least 95% transmission power in the frequency range below.
They might cost a bit more than other antennas, but the performance is what you are paying for. With a Skew on the plane, and the Helical on the ground, you will get perfect video at quite a considerable distance.
NOTE: – For best in close results (up to 2km*) the use of 1 SPW on the Tx and 1 SPW on the Rx will give the better results than a SPW and Cloverleaf combo.
*Figures based clear line of site and using transmitters such as these 600mW from ImmersionRC.
This circularly polarized omnidirectional antenna is ideal for use on both the Tx and Rx. Combined with another Skew Planar Wheel at the receiver offers coverage in all directions, with moderate range (around 2Km). Combined with a helical in the receiver provides around 6Km range.
All antennas are LEFT Hand Circular Polarized, and are supplied with SMA straight male connector, and a 90º angled SMA male-female adapter.
They are made of MIG wire coated with three layers of metal-free paint, and the weld is reinforced with epoxy. The mast is flexible, to protect the video Tx SMA connector in the event of a crash.
- Skew Planar Wheel Antenna
- 5645-5945 MHz
- LEFT Hand Circular Polarized
- SMA male connector straight.
- SMA male angled adapter included.
This is why these antennas are as good as we say they are. No dodgy lengths to these lobes…
It has the typical omnidirectional radiation pattern, uniform at 360 ° in the horizontal plane, and with a radiation null in the axis of the antenna in the vertical plane. The nominal gain is 2.45dB.