I have the older model of the Alientech Duo. Mine is the Alientech Pro 2.4 Ghz and it works very well. I am getting a range of around 4 Km if so desired on my CE Mavic Mini. Within VLOS no loss of signal at all. As you are in the USA with a FCC Mavic Mini then there is no reason to buy the new Duo version (2.4/5.8 Ghz) as your MM is on a fixed frequency of 5.8 Ghz so you do not use 2.4 Ghz. You will save quite a few dollars just buying the Pro 5.8 Ghz version.
The most difficult part is getting the IPX connector off the core boar, but if your careful/gentle and use the right plastic tools it's not a problem
Yes, I've watched the same and was wondering if he was going to get the RC apart without breaking the tabs.
Have you modded your smart controller as well ?I have the Allientech 5.8 booster and really works well. The Duo II nobody can tell you yet because will be released in 3 days, the day 11. I will be getting one since i have the controller modifications already done. Is not that difficult but take time. Just be careful with the installation and follow the video.
This setup is much cheaper,and just slips on.
Can you expand on this please? I think what your are saying is the amp is only amplifying the frequency to the UAV but the UAV isn't amplifying it's frequency back to the RC w/ the attached amp?Just keep in mind, the if they do work, they work "outgoing" only, as in the signal may be "boosted", but the downlink from the AC is unaffected...
True only for the active part (amplifier ) , if any , inside the antenna. The gain of the passive part of the antenna helps both the uplink and downlink to the same extentJust keep in mind, the if they do work, they work "outgoing" only, as in the signal may be "boosted", but the downlink from the AC is unaffected...