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    Oracle and EZ Tracker Problem

    Sorry the late reply everyone, but I was busy with other things and forgot about this thread. I made up two 10k resistor mini extentions that I put in line with the RX audio out cables and Oracle inputs. ImmersionRC suggested a 1k resistor across the EZOSD right audio out to the EZOSD ground out, which I did. I hooked it all up as it should be and powered up my FPV gear. I tried various audio cable setups to try and get the audio to cross over but it did not!!!!! Yeaaaa!!. Not a peep from channel to channel like it did before the resistors were added. I then hooked up the EZ antenna tracker and received a good 75% good packet(audio level at OK) rate when manually switching the Oracle. It did not matter what Rx was I/S, the good packets kept coming. This will definately maintain a good track on the plane. It seems the problem is resolved. I did not try the scope after the mod. If I get a chance to get over to my buddy's, I'll post the scope results. I'd like to thank Thomas, Zoltan and ImmersionRC for helping me resolve this issue. I hope it benifits others. Regards, Buffy.
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    Oracle and EZ Tracker Problem

    I was able to do a test with the vid rx powered only. For each of the four different setups, I received "hissing" on each audio channel that you would expect. I received a bit of hissing on the opposite audio input on the same side(left to left or R to R). I received a tiny bit of hissing when going to opposite channel(L to R's or R to L's). When the audio input was removed completely I had no hissing on my monitor. The only setting on the EZOSD is the telemitry speed, fast, norm or slow. The audio levels for each speed is about the same. I can adjust the audio on the EZTracker module, but I think it's just an input setting and is downstream of the Oracle. Buffy.
  3. BuffyTheSaint

    Oracle and EZ Tracker Problem

    I was able to do some testing today. Here are the results. When I say YES it means I heard the audio packets from the EZOSD. Buffy (8) Verify that you hear audio (with the A/V Tx off you will hear a nice strong hiss sound). [?] YES (9) While the Vid-1 is still selected (front panel switch) try the audio cable in the three other Audio Inputs. All should be silent. Good/Bad? Aud2 R YES Aud2 L YES but quieter Aud1 L YES but quieter (13) Verify that you hear audio. [?] YES (13) While the Vid-1 is still selected (front panel switch) try the audio cable in the three other Audio Inputs. All should be silent. Good/Bad? Aud2 L YES Aud2 R YES but quieter Aud1 R YES but quieter (18) Verify that you hear audio. [?] YES VID-2, Audio Left Test: (19) While the Vid-2 is still selected (front panel switch) try the audio cable in the three other Audio Inputs. All should be silent. [?] Aud1 R YES Aud1 L YES but quieter Aud2 L YES but quieter (22) Verify that you hear audio. [?] YES (23) While the Vid-2 is still selected (front panel switch) try the audio cable in the three other Audio Inputs. All should be silent. [?] Aud1 L YES Aud1 R Yes but quieter Aud2 R YES but quieter
  4. I recently purchased an EZOSD and EZTracker antenna sytem from Zoltan at NG Hobbies and wanted to use it with my Oracle diversity controller. I have two Lawmate 2.4Ghz rx's hooked up to a 11dbi diversity patch antenna. I determined which rx was vid2 using the Oracle setup instructions. I hooked it all up using the right audio channel inputs and output. On the bench, I was able to get 100% good packets on vid2 but no good packets on vid1, manually switching between both rx's. I was able to get good packets from both rx's when hooked up to the EZTracker individually. I then took vid1 right audio input and moved it to vid1 left audio input, leaving the rest of the audio cables on the right. I then received 100% good packets.....????? Has anyone had or heard of this problem before? Is it an internal problem with the Oracle? Any help would be appreciated. It seems to work this way so I'll have to try a test flight setup this way. Zoltan also suggested I test it with vid2's audio directly to the tracker, bypassing the Oracle. My EZTracker telemetry was set to fast and I had to turn down the audio on the EZTracker to " LOW 124 132" to get it to work. The photo is the way my setup works. Buffy.
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