View Full Version : Longer antennas - will they reduce glitching while using Core

2007.09.11, 12:46 PM
Hey Guys,

I came across an interesting thread in the "Mini-z Science" section of the forum, where the thread starter had glitch problems in one area of his basement track, and fixed it with a longer antenna. He did not mention that Core was involved...just lots of surrounding metal. Anyone know if using a longer antenna can help reduce or eliminate that occasional annoying glitch while crossing the Core loop?




2007.09.11, 12:52 PM
Ooops, actually, the thread started by the guy with the basement track is this one, though both do contain interesting info...


2007.09.11, 02:24 PM
I had glitching problems that went away when I started using an MX-A TX, which has higher output power. Someone else in the club had glitching with his MR-01, and tried a number of things, including a longer antenna, and he never got rid of it until he got an MR-02. I think a longer antenna would pick up more signal from the TX, but it would also pick up more interference from Core. A longer antenna is cheap. I'd try it, but I wouldn't really expect it to work. There's another MR-01 in the club that doesn't have problems, but he's also using a different TX.