|MadSci Network: Engineering|
I am experimenting with a model rocket carrying a small television camera and transmitter I built from a kit. It works but doesn't have the range I would like it to have, since the rocket goes up several thousand feet. It runs on 9-12 volts dc, supplied by on-board batteries. The kit was designed for home security so only transmits about a hundred feet. I have tried a long antenna but it doesnt seem to make a difference. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you!
Re: How can I increase the transmitting power of a television transmitter?
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