As a leading drone brand, Autel drone can perform multi-band transmission to reduce drone signal interference and ensure drone flight safety.
Autel Robotics is committed to the drone technology industry and has developed a line of consumer drones and enterprise drones with significant success.
Among Autel consumer drones, EVO Nano series, EVO Lite series have three-band transmission, 2.4 GHZ, 5.2 GHZ, 5.8 GHZ. For consumer drones with multi-frequency transmission, EVO Nano series and EVO Lite A rare tri-band transmission drone in the series.
Autel EVO II series drones use dual-frequency transmission, which are 2.4 GHZ and 5.8 GHZ. The EVO II drone can automatically switch the frequency band signal, and search the frequency band to ensure the stability of the image transmission. At the same time, even if the connection with the drone remote control is lost, Autel EVO II Pro/640T can perform the RTH function and return home smoothly.
What is the common drone control frequency?
It is important to fly a drone to be familiar with the control frequencies of the drone. In common consumer drones, generalists use 2.4 GHZ and 5.8 GHZ. Autel Drones has developed its own patent for image transmission technology, and the Autel EVO Nano/Lite series can use three-band transmission. Leading SkyLink technology will ensure that each drone can fly stably.
Should I use 2.4 GHz or 5.8 GHz?
Common control frequencies for drone control are 2.4 GHZ and 5.8 GHZ. The main difference between these two frequencies is range and bandwidth. 2.4 GHZ transfers data at a slower speed, but provides greater coverage. The 5.8 GHZ frequency transmits faster, but has less coverage.
Are city flight and suburban flight the same signal?
5.8 GHZ transmits data in the high frequency low range, but the higher frequencies cannot penetrate solid objects. The 2.4 GHZ band transmits data at low frequencies and high range, but the lower frequencies are prone to interference from other devices, and your connection to the drone may be faster or slower.
When transmitting radio signals in the 2.4 GHZ band, multiple devices can experience channel overcrowding, resulting in slow connections. When transmitting radio signals in the 5.8 GHZ frequency band, the control range is reduced and the control frequency is increased, enabling fast connection transmission.
Drone devices will cover a greater range with a 2.4 GHZ wireless signal than with a 5.8 GHZ signal. Therefore, in urban flight, the frequency band transmission of the quadcopter drone should be adjusted to the maximum, and when flying in the suburbs, the frequency band transmission of the quadcopter can use 2.4GHZ.
Can Autel drones transmit at 900MHZ?
The Autel EVO II V3 drone has been fully upgraded and can be used for 900MHZ drone remote control in the United States where the FCC plan is implemented. The EVO II V3 can be upgraded and transmitted to 15KM, one of the great improvements.