If you’re looking to add improved antennas to your FPV or control setup then it’s important to know what connection type you have – SMA or RP-SMA? Here’s demonstration of how to tell the difference between the connectors and what antenna connector type you need to order depending on whether your equipment has the SMA or RP-SMA connector.
This applies to FPV video monitors or goggles, to range modifications to your Vision or Vision plus (Vision+) or adding enhanced antennas to video transmitters like the DJI AVL58 I have on my Phantom 2.
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