The new DJI Downlink is specially designed to work with the new On Screen Display module, and Zenmuse gimbal for professional aerial photography and video.
With the OSD module from DJI, voltage, altitude, distance to home, and other features are displayed on screen. This will work with either a PAL or NTSC video transmitter and overlay all this information onto your fpv goggles or monitor. Two cloverleaf antennas are included with the Transmitter and Receiver.
The Wireless Video Link includes both transmitter (TX) and receiver (RX) modules, working in the ISM frequency band of 5.8GHz (5725-5865MHz). Analogue modulated video signals are sent wirelessly by the TX module to the RX module, and then the video signal will be demodulated and sent to a display. There are 8 wireless channels can be selected when you are using this product.These channels are:CH1-5705MHZ, CH2-5685MHZ, CH3-5665MHZ, CH4-5645MHZ, CH5-5885MHZ, CH6-5905MHZ, CH7-5925MHZ, and CH8-5945MHZ.
The characteristics of this product are: small size, low power consumption and high sensitivity. The product can be used in many applications requiring wireless video communication. When it's used in the aero-modeling hobby, the Wireless Video Link TX will be mounted to the aircraftand the Wireless Video Link RX is connected to a display screen, allowing video signal wireless transmission
The use of this product may be prohibited in your country/region/state. Please verify that the RF output power and frequencies used by this transmitter comply with local rules in regulations, this product may require a HAM license to operate.
In EU, max. output power of video transmitters for general unlicensed use is limited to 25mW on 5.8GHz and to 10mW at 2.4GHz frequency. Transmitters with bigger output power may be legally used if you have HAM license (you can ask about obtaining a license in your local radio club) or if you are using this product for research/scientific purposes in controlled environments.