Matek VTX-1G3, VRX-1G3 and ANT-Y1200 ready for testing

The upcoming 1.2GHz FPV system from Matek called 1G3, where VTX-1G3 is the transmitter and VRX-1G3 is the transmitter and ANT-Y1200 is the antenna, are ready for some flights!

Matek VRX-1G3 connected to Fat Shark HDO FPV goggles

So far I have a couple of remarks:

  1. VRX-1G3 fits nicely inside a standard Far Shark receiver bay and you can use the standard bay cover too. SMA connector is in the correct place! The standard cover blocks access to the button that is used to change channels. You can not change channels from the goggles menu.2. ANT-Y1200 has a nice stiff coax cable and you can position it however you want
  2. ANT-Y1200 is much bigger than antennas used for 5.8GHz FPV and it's much harder to find a good place to position it on a model.4. VTX-1G3 is luckily small enough to fit in many places and does not overheat. Even when powered from 4S it stays relative cold (50C) at 28dBm of output power. I got the word it's because of much more efficient energy conversion that is possible with 1.2GHz band

Matek VTX-1G3 and ANT-Y1200 on a Flybot Flux

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