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FrSky Receiver antenna 60 cm

FrSky Receiver antenna 60 cm

FrSky Receiver antenna 60 cm



PRODUCT ID: FRANT60

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Hugo  1 points - 4/13/2015
 
will this work for any 2.4 receiver? i have the JR 1131 receiver, will this work?
 v_max 4870 points
Yes, this is standard 2.4ghz antenna... You would need to cut off micro rf connector and have good soldering skills to solder this thin coaxial cable directly to rx.
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 Hugo 1 points
my email is ht9323*gmail**** can you please email me so i have someone to ask? i opened my JR receiver, it uses a connector, so i think all i have to do is take off the antenna and replace it with this one? are all antenna connector standard?? it is ok that my old antenna doesnt have the black thing at the end right?
 v_max 4870 points
most rx-es has antenna cable soldered (without connector). This antenna ends with connector... If your RX has same type connector then you can just plug it, if not and rx has soldered cable then you need to cut off connector from antenna and solder cable... Note this is coaxial cable with center signal wire and shield. each need to be soldered separatly...
 Hugo 1 points
I took off my JR receiver and see it has a connector, lucky that i will not have to solder them. is it ok that my original wire doesnt not have the black thing in the end and this one has it? and are all 2.4 antenna connectors the same? my jr receiver has 2 antennas, and they are both damaged, can i replace both of them to this antenna? or i will be looking at the orangerx one because that one seem to be shorter, this one might be too long for my application.
 v_max 4870 points
On rx with 2 antennas you need to replace both and with other type of antenna... This one should be your choice "FrSky Receiver antenna 15 cm" As for connector... just compare your antenna one with one on photo.. should be same as it's most commonly used connector type for this type of thin coaxial cable
 Hugo 1 points
is the "FrSky Receiver antenna 15 cm" an coaxial wire?? my JR antenna looks exactly the same as "OrangeRX GR300 replacement antenna." do you think that will be a better option?
 v_max 4870 points
"OrangeRX GR300 replacement antenna." and "FrSky Receiver antenna 15 cm" are the same type (on frsky photo open end part is not visible ) the difference is overal length... Orange one is longer... so it's up to you which one to choose depending on your length requirements
Frank  1 points - 3/26/2015
 
I bought two of these to use in carbon fiber hull and deck radio yacht. Several sailers are using these with success, but they are taking the metal tube off to allow the antenna to be threaded through a plastic tube into the hull with the short antenna ending up 100mm above the deck inside the plastic tube like a whip antenna.. What does the metal tube fitted to the antenna do and does it hurt taking it off?
 v_max 4870 points
this type of antenna is dipole. this metal part is second half of dipole... you can get rid of it and make a simple whip antenna with unshielded part 31.25mm...What will change ? You can easy google for the difference between whip and dipole gain diagrams. The second diff is impedance of antenna which is also different for dipole and whip... In general impedance must be as close as possible to output impedance of your RX.... This is antenna basics well explained on any amateur radio site
Hugh_AH  153 points - 8/24/2014
 
Ok, you can put these wires on your PCB antennas and get more length for better antenna placement. But you have to be really good at soldering things really small! Because the solder points on the PCB antenna are very close together. It would be a lot better if FrSky sold long-lead PCB antennas to replace the existing ones! What this wire gives you that you cannot really do yourself is the snap-on connector that goes inside the receiver. I don't know if the metal tube is a better propagator than the PCB, my guess is it isn't, but if you gain better placement using these, you might still be better off.
Hugh_AH  153 points - 7/22/2014
 
The X6R receiver pictures what looks like two of these, but they aren't mentioned in the manual (acquired elsewhere). The X8R is not pictured with them, but apparently includes the "PCB amplified" tips. Are these what comes with the X6R? Are they shorter, or is the picture (of the 6XR) misleading?
 v_max 4870 points
No, first this is 60cm antenna... second this is 'standard' 2.4ghz antenna design... x8r and x6r use something called PCB antenna... with images found on google it looks like PCB variant of dipole antenna
 Hugh_AH 153 points
When I look at the picture of the X6R on this site, the thing I see to the right of the receiver appears to be two antenna wires about 15CM long, with short white leads extending out one end, and some shiny gold colored termination at the other. WHAT DO YOU SEE? I assume, in keeping with the space saving mission of this receiver over the X8R, it comes with a second set of antenna leads in addition to the PCB "dongle" leads. I was just wondering why the X8R didn't come with these, and why you cannot get longer leads on the PCB antennas. I'd like a little more length, because I cannot put the receiver where I'd like to. My reference to this antenna was that, and wondering what the termination used inside the X6R is (different that this one).
 v_max 4870 points
Do not have X6R but d4rii and v8 I have both has the same tiny uhv connector as this antenna have. Besides this 60cm antenna, there is 40cm one (PRODUCT ID: FRANT40 ) and 15cm one (PRODUCT ID: FRANT15) looks pretty same as on x6r... all this three are interchangable ...all are 50ohm for 2.4GHz and have the same antennna connector
martin111  8 points - 3/25/2014
 
will these work as a transmitter antenna, possibly for the 9XR module antenna mod?
 v_max 4870 points
It will, bit it's RX optimised antenna, so it's not best choice for TX.. For TX modding I'd suggest to use high gain TX antenna like PRODUCT ID: BY-2400-06-09
 martin111 8 points
thanks v-max.BY-2400-06-09 looks a bit big. How will I hook it up to the transmitter module?
 v_max 4870 points
If you are thinking about antenna mod then this must not be problem. At least less problems then with this antenna... BY-2400-06-09 has cable with standard SMA connector which can be used to connect most modiles with detachable antennas directly or with apropriete adapter (sma to rpsma)... Unlike this one which has micro connector... You may also use PRODUCT ID: BY-2400-05-10 ... but depending on module connector it may also require to use adapter.
 v_max 4870 points
I'm not sure what mod you want to do... 9xr is moduleless and do not have antenna... Most TX modules which fit 9xr has stock antennas ... so what for do you need antenna?
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 martin111 8 points
I use the Orange RC module which has an antenna sticking out from the back. It seems quite vulnerable and it stops the radio from lying down on it's back. Someone has suggested using a different antenna and routing it through the back of the module, into the body of the radio and up into the space inside the handle. For this I need a compatible antenna to replace the stock antenna.
 v_max 4870 points
In this case I'd suggest to remount module stock connector from module body to tx body and connect it with cable... you can use this antenna as cable source but it's not a best choice for TX because it's very thin and thus has higher signal losses then thicker cables... I'd prefer RG58 (50ohm 5mm outer dia)
 martin111 8 points
Thanks V-max, so I won't use this antenna. I should find a better one that looses less signal.
 v_max 4870 points
search e ba y for "cable SMA male plug right angle to SMA female jack bulkhead RG316 6" pigtail" this is good 6 inch extension for antenna cable . Just check module connector match your tx connector There are 2 similar looking types RPSMA and SMA which differs in pin or socket in central part.. as I can see on photos orange module module male connector has socket in center (SMA) ... this cable has the same connector...but check on your module to be sure
 NightCrawler 228 points
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Well spent money if original antennas are too short to reach utside the fuselage, close to carbon, metal, ignition or other RF conducting stuff. Easy to replace but dont press or push to hard.


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I bought this antenna to repair my old antenns in JETI receiver. Good cord


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Las antenas mas largas mejoran la recepcion del rx, si vuelas mas lejos como en FPV y tienes espacio las recomiendo


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