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  1. Renshi

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    I find that in a completely open area the H has decent range. However if there are tall trees or other objects around that range decreases quite a bit. So I have seen several videos of different aftermarket antennae being used with the H but is there any comparison out there yet showing which is best? Specifically will any increase the range when obstacles are in the way (lots of tall pine trees where I live)?
     
  2. horizontal

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    Noticing that no one has answered you concerning your question about comparisons between ancillary antennae, I can offer you this: Run a search in this forum for that subject. It has been discussed many times and is still an ongoing debate.

    Be prepared for some large amount of reading; it will take you a while, then decide if you are willing to invest in one. Lastly be aware that other third party vendors are in the development stage of entering the market place for the H antennas also.
     
  3. Renshi

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    Thanks for replying. Yeah I want to get one but there seem to be several options out there and no clear winner. I'll do some more reading.
     
  4. David Wilson

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    None of the aftermarket antennas are going to help much unless they have a clear line to the Typhoon. Remember, we're talking wi-fi here and it needs a clear line from transmitter to drone.