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  1. alper

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    Hi guys first of all i am sorry about my language because English is not my mother language.

    I am currently trying to build my own FPV system for drones without buying any preready parts online. So i want to build a video and audio transmitter and also a reciever as much as smaller and lighter and wide range). So if anyone can help me with this i would be so appreciated.
     
  2. davenn

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    look at the many different models of 2.4 and 5.8 GHz A/V senders and receivers
    that are commonly used at home for getting signals around the house
     
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  3. alper

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    But how i am going to find them? And i need to build/make them from scratch so diagramph and explanition would be great.
     
  4. LightShow

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    davenn was basically saying that there are much easier options than building a receiver/transmitter from scratch and if you wanted to there are different types that all do different things (Range etc.).
     
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  5. davenn

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    why ? pointless to reinvent the wheel and it would cost you substantially more
    circuits are scarce
     
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  6. alper

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    I know it is useless to rebuilt) but its is like my finishing project for universty and i have to do all work bymyself so i need to reinvent that wheel again))
     
  7. davenn

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    good luck :)

    so you had better design your own circuit as well
    you cannot copy someone else's as part of a final project, that would be cheating
     
  8. LightShow

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    ah ok well there are heaps of diagram's online it just depends on what you want it to be able to do
    (quality , range etc)
    im sure you could probably find a kit somewhere aswell
     
  9. LightShow

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    although existing diagrams can be used for reference :p
     
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  10. davenn

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    fair comment .... reference only

    would be better to find the appropriate IC(s) and go by datasheet examples :)
     
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  11. davenn

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    you never mentioned anything about it being a graduation project in your first post
     
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  12. alper

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    Yeah i just noticed it i forgot to tell) but it is and i am not trying to copy anyones work actually but just reference;)
     
  13. BLAUJUNK

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    the success of building a unit like that is in my opinion very doubtful, where do you get the components? In Australia AV sender & receiver are available from a number of suppliers note Jaycar catalogue. Heaps are available from Chinese suppliers via Alibaba Express.
     
  14. davenn

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    enough info supplied

    thread closed
     
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