- Dec 6, 2016
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I live in rural flatlands of Indiana with the only obstacles to deal with are trees and get a consistent 1.5 mi distance without losing connection. I've been out close to 2 mi as well but if you require long distance flights I think you would be disappointed with the xsp performance compared to the P4 lightbridge or mavic occusync systems.Just what are the typical ranges folks are getting with the X-Star Premium? I had a DJI P3A that I could push out to 10,000 feet on a regular basis. Thinking about getting a refurbished X-Star Premium but don't want to be disappointed with the range. I live in the high Nevada desert and have plenty of space to fly.
I wondered if you had an Nvidia Shield, the magnets on the back can reduce signal strength.Samsung Galaxy edge phone, which works great, but I wouldn't think the phone or tablet would have anything to do with signal strength.
OK, hadn't heard about that. I did manage to finally go a little over a mile a couple of days ago.I wondered if you had an Nvidia Shield, the magnets on the back can reduce signal strength.
I read somewhere about someone with a similar issue, Autel gave him a new one, if I remember correctly. I'll look for details...