Uhuhm ...GeorgGGG wrote:IF High output power on AP THEN Less repetition of the crosstalk ;tubster wrote:To sum up, the drone will hear your AP PERFECTLY (due to the increased output power of the AP) but will the AP still hear and receive packets from the Drone (that still has got the same output power and lousy antenna?).
- High output power on AP causes the AP to have less receiving capabilities.
- High output power on AP causes the drone to hear AP very good. But does the AP hear the drone as good? Most likely no.
IF Less repetition of the crosstalk THEN More time for listening ;
IF More time for listening and sensitive chipset and antenna THEN Greater chance of successful communication ;
PS:Badly hears mostly Drone, because there purring motors.
Crosstalk, not sure that you get ACKs from Drone on control input .. do you?
Second thought ... Yes, the "controls" are AP --> Drone (most important, of course)...
But, the comms are on the IP-level (UDP), talking about 802.11b/g the link protocol is still two way comms .... meaning that if you loses the link to the drone due to that the AP cannot hear the drone, then well ... back to square one...
Well, if the "PowerAP N Ultra" is made for 1W then the filters and RX frontend must be designed to cope with all the IM products.
Looking forward to hear if you are able to navigate the drone longer if you half the TX power, give it a try and please report. I am almost certain that you will have at least a extended range of 20% if you half the TX power of your AP.
Keep up the good work GGG!