- Published: Thursday, 22 June 2017 15:59
The Lumenier AXII 5.8GHz Video Antenna is specifically designed to perform extremely well under intense drone racing conditions. "The quality of the pilots video link is one of the most critical aspects of amateur and professional drone racing.” says Tim Nilson, President of Lumenier. “The AXII Antenna ensures a reliable video link at high speeds, with several pilots in the air, and in challenging RF environments."
"Lumenier is one of the most respected gear designers in the drone racing market." said Nick Horbaczewski, DRL's CEO. "We are thrilled to have them as a partner this season."
DRL has recently been named "One of the Most Innovative Companies of 2017" by Fast Company. DRL has chosen the Lumenier AXII 5.8GHz Video Antenna to use on their FPV "Racer 3" for the 2017 season.
Key Specs of the Lumenier AXII 5.8GHz Antenna (patent pending):
- Gain: 1.6dbic
- Axial ratio: 1.0 (near perfect)
- Bandwidth: 5.5GHz-6.0GHz
- Radiation Efficiency: 98%
- SWR: <=1.5:1
- Weight: 7.6g
- Size: 70mm x 16mm
- Cable: Semi-rigid RG402
- Polarization: RHCP or LHCP
- Connector: SMA or RP-SMA
Works great as both a transmitting or receiving antenna.
Compatible with other styles of 5.8GHz antennas.
Lumenier is a high-end designer and manufacturer of top quality racing drone products – airframes, motors, batteries, propellers, electronics, antennas, accessories, and more. The company operates from its main headquarters in Sarasota, Florida with wholly owned manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and China. Leveraging their expert engineers in aeronautics, mechanical and electrical design, Lumenier has become known globally for its innovation and quality. For more info please visit http://www.lumenier.com or call 941-444-0021.
DRL is the premier drone racing circuit for elite FPV pilots around the world. A technology, sports and media company, DRL combines world-class media and proprietary technology to create thrilling drone racing content with mass appeal. In 2017 DRL is hosting a global series of six races, the Allianz World Championship, to be broadcast on ESPN, Sky Sports, Prosieben and other leading broadcast channels around the world. Founded by Nicholas Horbaczewski in 2015, DRL is a privately held company headquartered in NYC.