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[INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
20-10-2012, 08:42 AM (This post was last modified: 21-10-2012 04:19 AM by blkcamarozr28.)
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Information [INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
Does relocating the 2.4Ghz remote transceiver further away from the Equiso help?
The answer is maybe... It really depends on what channel you have your wireless router configured.

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Equiso - 2.4Ghz Remote by Channel (No Button Pressing - Idle)
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Equiso - 2.4Ghz Remote by Channel (Remote movement + Button Pressing)
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Equiso - 2.4Ghz Remote by Frequency (Remote movement + Button Pressing)
[Image: 34q49ck.jpg]

2.4Ghz Non-Overlapping Channels
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20-10-2012, 11:43 AM
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RE: [INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
what is the best current channel you find very stable and do recommend? what wireless router do you use?
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20-10-2012, 04:41 PM (This post was last modified: 21-10-2012 04:18 AM by blkcamarozr28.)
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RE: [INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
Not sure if all these china remote transceivers runs on ch 9. 802.11b/g uses about 20mhz wide channels. So, if all units are like mine then I would use ch 1. Just make sure your airspace is clean in that ch. if you live in a very congested area then find the least congested wireless channel and if that's ch 6 or 11 then relocate the transceiver away from the unit.

Check out WiFi analyzer on google play. It's pretty decent to see what channels are occupied.

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25-08-2013, 08:29 PM
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RE: [INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
Remote has a little lag. Thinking of changing the channel on the wifi router.

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27-08-2013, 01:55 PM
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RE: [INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
(20-10-2012 08:42 AM)blkcamarozr28 Wrote:  Does relocating the 2.4Ghz remote transceiver further away from the Equiso help?
The answer is maybe... It really depends on what channel you have your wireless router configured.

See data below:

Equiso - 2.4Ghz Remote by Channel (No Button Pressing - Idle)
[Image: a32s91.jpg]

Equiso - 2.4Ghz Remote by Channel (Remote movement + Button Pressing)
[Image: 11sz19s.jpg]

Equiso - 2.4Ghz Remote by Frequency (Remote movement + Button Pressing)
[Image: 34q49ck.jpg]

2.4Ghz Non-Overlapping Channels
[Image: sesua8.jpg]
What software did you use for the spectrum analysis? Trying to get my remote to work without lag.

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27-08-2013, 04:54 PM
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Re: [INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
I used wi-spy but you would have to buy the usb external spectrum analyzer. Easy thing to do is stay away from channel 6 and 11 and use channel 1. But download wifi analyzer from play store to see if ch 1 is free if its super noisy the. 6 or 11 is your other choices.

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28-08-2013, 02:36 PM
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RE: [INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
(27-08-2013 04:54 PM)blkcamarozr28 Wrote:  I used wi-spy but you would have to buy the usb external spectrum analyzer. Easy thing to do is stay away from channel 6 and 11 and use channel 1. But download wifi analyzer from play store to see if ch 1 is free if its super noisy the. 6 or 11 is your other choices.
The cheapest one was $600 on the wi-spy website. Where did you buy yours?

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28-08-2013, 06:34 PM (This post was last modified: 28-08-2013 06:35 PM by blkcamarozr28.)
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[INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
(28-08-2013 02:36 PM)breakburrough Wrote:  
(27-08-2013 04:54 PM)blkcamarozr28 Wrote:  I used wi-spy but you would have to buy the usb external spectrum analyzer. Easy thing to do is stay away from channel 6 and 11 and use channel 1. But download wifi analyzer from play store to see if ch 1 is free if its super noisy the. 6 or 11 is your other choices.
The cheapest one was $600 on the wi-spy website. Where did you buy yours?

From wispy site. I have both the 2.4gh and the DBx (2.4 & 5ghz) unit. It's still cheap at $1k compared to a full blown spectrum analyzer.

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29-08-2013, 05:16 PM
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RE: [INFO] 2.4Ghz Remote Transciever (Spectrum Analysis)
Don't know if I want to put that much into a toy. Still looking for a cheaper one. Found one called wipry that connects to an iphone.

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