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Frequency and Channels:
Ensure the transmitter supports the frequency bands and channels compatible with your specific use case and local regulations.
Check the transmitter’s compatibility with your existing equipment, including cameras, headgear, and monitors.
Look for transmitters that support high-definition video formats and have a solid signal to avoid a loss of video quality.
Low latency is required for real-time applications such as FPV (First-Person View) aviation to minimize the delay between the camera feed and what is displayed on the screen.
Power of the Transmitter:
The transmit power influences the range and penetration capabilities. Higher power is advantageous for long-range applications, but legal restrictions may require additional consideration.
Ease of Use:
User-friendly features such as intuitive interfaces, simple channel selection, and straightforward setup procedures can be particularly essential for beginners.
Durability and Build Quality:
Transmitters used in outdoor and demanding environments must be resilient and capable of withstanding various conditions.
Look for reputable brands known for producing dependable and high-quality video transmission equipment.