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  1. Hi there, I recently bought a 2.4GHz booster (amplifier) for my Flysky FS-T6 which has one antenna. Looking now at the newer Flysky transmitters like the Flysky FS-T6 & Flysky FS-T6S I notice they have two antennas. Will a single booster work with a dual antenna transmitter? Can I attach it to just one antenna, leaving the other un-amplified? Booster (amplifier) link: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/321483168025?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT If not, will this also work as a second booster? http://www.ebay.ca/itm/20MHz-2-4GHz-Low-N
  2. Awesome to hear man. Thanks for sharing. I'm waiting until I get confirmation that they're giving me my return first before I mod.
  3. Well if the video signal stands to gain anything from it then I'll try to figure a way to fit it all together, I don't mind it sticking out if there's a quality gain to be had. Thanks, hope I'm understanding correctly
  4. Oh! Here I was thinking it was some sort of special capacitor. I have exactly 470uF 16v caps. Not sure if that's too out of spec. I could always go out and purchase a 5v one. Would putting in the cap as well be ideal, further problems or not? Thanks for clearing that up
  5. Hi there, glad I came across your solution guys. Same issue here and I'd really like to mod it but I'm not sure where I'd find a coupling capacitor, especially the one in spec you recommended. Nothing seems to come up on ebay or any cheap electronics site. Could you tell me where I could find one cheap? Thanks
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