Well I'm new with this and I haven't invest enough time to research, I live in a very congested interference area, even with the Argtek antennas installed. If I lost signal, will the drone keep flying the mission? how far can I set it up?
Even though this post is old.And if you do lose signal it will still carry on doing the waypoints. The only way it will ever get lost if maybe there is a compass error mid flight but that's very very rare. Make sure you are linked to healthy drones too. So if the worse does happen then you will have the report that you can send to DJI so make sure it's on auto sync when you have healthy drones downloaded onto your phone
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Healthy drones gives a more detail insight into any problems such as compass errors, battery voltage issues, software delays, etc.... Anything reallyEven though this post is old.
Why would want to "Make sure you are linked to healthy drones too"?
Are you not going to share the flight log that is on mobile device anyway?
About to try my first mission, looking for stuff that I don't understand.
That is correct, your app holds the data that you upload to HD. Same as the playback of your flight log on your mobile. Your flights may be broken up into more that one, because it wasn't receiving data.Healthy drones just give me a portion of the mission, does it need to be all the time connected to your phone and remote control?, I sent the copter mile and a half away, ph3 standard by the way, and lost connection about 500mt, after that healthy drones don't give me any info...
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