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Re: My uBitx with 5v mod
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Thanks, I have a few uses for this if it’s RF friendly like powering my MD-100 Mic and since it’s used in FPV applications it seems like it’s right for the job.
On Mar 22, 2018, at 8:53 AM, Nigel G4ZAL <nigel@...
I used this UBEC @ 5vhttps://www.banggood.com/Hobbywing-3A-UBEC-5V-6V-Switch-Mode-BEC-For-RC-Models-p-915037.html?cur_warehouse=CN
It has a small metal screen around it and the ferrite on the 5v output lead plus capacitor on the uBitx board (where I cut the track and soldered the 5v lead onto) forms an adequate LC filter on the 5v DC.
I can't detect any 'noise' on Rx, but as yet haven't transmitted.
I use the UBEC on model aircraft with a video transmitter (FPV) and don't see any noise in the signal.
The video transmitters are quite susceptible to 'dirty' DC and often shows as 'herringbone' lines in the received video.
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