I don't have much experience with this so I did some quick looking. From what I see, 2.4GHz contains channels 1 to 11/14. How is it that DJI uses 13 to 20?This is how the rumors on facebook start. They didn't reduce range. They just locked it to the higher channels to help performance. 13-20 are the cleaner channels.
This has nothing to do with the output.
I understand this.. You were asking about the higher channels not being part of the 2.4 band. Which they are but most happy home owner WiFi routers only work on the lower channels.Looking at DJI's specs on the P3,the transmitter operates from 2.400GHz to 2.483GHz. This is the same freq band licensed for wifi. It's also this band that contains channels labeled as 1 to 14.
Hello guys. I have one question. Don't know why but my fly range is about 400-500m, does anybody know why? (sorry on my english, i still learn...)
Which if I understand correctly would simply mean that two devices would not communicate. However, the two devices could very well be using the same channel/frequency which would lead to interference.The 2.4GHz ISM band is the same between Lightbridge and WiFi. Different protocols, same frequency range. For what it's worth, Lightbridge holds up very well in congested 2.4GHz areas.