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2.4 GHz transmission on a dedicated channel which does not (normally) interfere with the channel used for transmission with the drone.
I can't remember exactly which channel.
 
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Here is a very neat little device made by Skynnov. It is fitted inside the top shell of the H series drones and connected to a 5V power supply from the drone. They also have two other models that carry their own small battery and can be fitted to multiple drones in the (same weight group). iIt has a power on indicator led and only waes 12g
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Signal Drone SD20L

SD20L: L for Light or Light

In this SD20L version, it is lightened (12 g), coated in a heat-shrinkable sleeve in
order to be integrated directly inside the drone, for example by the manufacturer or the specialist dealer. The two wires of about 15 cm are then connected to the 5V power supply of the drone. In this case, it is fixed and used for a single drone. A simple hole in the shell with the addition of the wire of about 10 cm with the remote LED, through a grommet, makes it possible to check the correct functioning of the system when the drone is switched on;
 
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Droniq GNSS-LTE transponder HOD4track for H520 this should cover the transponder requirement
For sure doesn't. This device is dedicated to watching what is doing your employee with your investment. Nothing more. Transmission is over 4G (LTE) with a SIM card from some mobile operator. On the previous page was a picture with expectations about minimum telemetry from the copter to the ground control.

I think the best is to force CAA's to agree that MAVlink messages translating via ZigBee protocol and enough consistent for this purpose. Any ZigBee transmitter IC has a unique ID, so there is not necessary to have more IDs if the target is to clearly know who is in the sky.
 
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No, if you want to smash neighbours business with hard investment in strange devices, let you.

All the public still waiting for the explanation of how do you wire this device, and where is an antenna to a dedicated channel, for which you forget.
 
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The Fire has no importance and is no longer in progress for the moment as the sound signaling, you attach to a pecadilla.
A simple stobon will do.
What is most important is that from December 30, 2020, the European regulation comes into force and your H520, the other Typhoons, the Autel Evo 1 and Evo2 will remain grounded with the ban on flying if they are not equipped with a transponder which sends the drone signal to the ground.
However, neither Yuneec nor Autel have moved a finger to add this function to their devices.
The only one who has done this is Dji who has implemented it in his drones since the summer. Thus, my Mavic is regulatory now because it has this function of integrated transponder.
Even DJI's latest addition, the Mini 2 is equipped with it.
Don't wait for Yunnec to do something, and time is running out now.
You are talking about new french rules for drones for the police to control the ID of the UAV, position, speed etc.
The EU rules about the "transponder" is not yet defined. They didn't choose what the transponder will have to transmit.
 
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Just got this from Easa.

They also point out the " standard" CE label.
We actually cannot modify our drones at all because of that label. Then how can they make us install (soldering or just glued) something on it...? i tiknk they can't. thats why, today drones will not have rhe transponder.... am i wrong? IMG_20201115_193859.jpg
 
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Let me add some explanation with regard to the EASA manner of think.

First and most important is responsibility. Who is responsive if something goes wrong. Of course, the owner can not be if he/she follows strictly the manufacturer's instructions. The manufacturer means a license holder, who has the right to add the CE mark after a long process. The same license owner can add marks to new products, as well as to old ones.

The next important thing is prohibited and unprohibited design changes, made by the owner or the third person. Unprohibited means only in two variants. The first is this change is mentioned in the user, maintenance, or service manual, from the manufacturer, which is part of the CE marking chain, and second to ask the manufacturer to approve this design change personally for you as a third party equipment manufacturer or as a person, who want to change something.

Deeply discussed transponder in the topic probably is not CE marked, almost for sure is not approved from the Yuneec, and with 100% reliability, we can say, velcro is not an approved material for this task from no one, except the owner of the copters.
 
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Now Yuneec can charge $100 from everyone in exchange for one shield with a CE mark and a firmware upgrade.

Only the thing, which is missing from today's telemetry is personal callsign. All the rest is more than enough for EASA.

I asked yesterday and got a clear answer from definitively responsible people. Reglamment goes into account from the first of January, 2021, as a national law, but for sure here will be exploited the permitted transitional period. No reason to hurry at all. In this period a lot of member states will clear definitions and requirements to level, which is satisfactory and doable for both sides.
 
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Specialmente per voi...

Gli scopi della segnalazione elettronica ai sensi della normativa francese (per aiutare le forze dell'ordine a individuare e identificare gli UAV illegali) e del sistema di identificazione a distanza ai sensi della normativa europea (per migliorare la sicurezza dei voli e proteggere la privacy dei cittadini) sono diversi. Pertanto, non vi è alcuna garanzia che un sistema di identificazione a distanza in senso europeo soddisfi i criteri tecnici per la rendicontazione elettronica definiti dalla normativa francese.

Tuttavia, le autorità francesi ed europee stanno cooperando per garantire la convergenza dei due sistemi.
 
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