How to program quadcopters

The DJI FPV system was designed for professional and hobby pilots alike. The system includes the DJI FPV Air Unit, the DJI FPV Camera, the DJI FPV Goggles and the DJI FPV Remote Controller. Each component has powerful properties and functions and plays a significant role in the FPV system. Thanks to extremely low latency and a stunning HD display, flights from the first person perspective are now more memorable than ever. Welcome to a new world of FPV flights.
A new era for FPV racing
The DJI FPV Digital System features the DJI HD FPV Low Latency (HDL) transmission technology.
This breakthrough technology was specifically designed for first-person view applications. Not only are pilots able to fly races with minimal latency in just 28 ms, but they can do so with crystal clear resolution. For the ultimate FPV experience, DJI now offers the best technology - with the DJI HDL FPV transmission.
Digital video transmission in HD with low latency
Goggles: 720p / 120 fps FPV HD image
Remote control: control over great distances
720p / 120 fps video transmission
The DJI HDL FPV transmission technology offers smooth HD image transmission in 720p at 120 fps, latency within 28 ms and a range of up to four kilometers.
Robust digital transmission
The transmission technology uses a two-way communication system to stabilize the signal and give pilots more flexibility in challenging terrain.
The DJI HDL FPV transmission technology offers a latency within only 28 ms - with simultaneous HD image transmission.
Excellent picture in high definition
The DJI FPV Goggles use the DJI HDL FPV transmission to give pilots an outstanding HD experience on their screens. Thanks to the minimal latency within 28 ms, the best image quality is guaranteed.
The DJI FPV Goggles are able to transmit video in 720p at 120 frames per second and record it at 60 fps. In combination with a latency within 28 ms, pilots get a terrific FPV experience.
Videos stored on the microSD card can be played back easily and conveniently on the FPV goggles. [7]
Pilots can share their camera view directly with other FPV goggles if they are switched to spectator mode.
Compatible with analog video transmission
The digital FPV system is compatible with analog image transmission via an additional receiver (not included) and users can switch between AV and digital video transmission.
Sharper viewing options
In focus mode, the bitstream is shifted to the center of the video if the signal quality deteriorates.
Stable and clear video transmission
Most pilots rely on analog video transmission, which provides poor image transmission. This is mostly due to low image resolution and high susceptibility to interference. The new digital transmission from DJI, on the other hand, offers high-resolution image transmission with a constantly stable signal connection.
The DJI FPV goggles are extremely light, comfortable to wear and have fantastic features. The goggles are equipped with multi-antenna technology, which provide stable video transmission. Two high-resolution screens offer a grandiose flight experience and two dedicated buttons ensure a quick channel change.
The interaction between the transmission system, remote control, multi-antenna technology and air unit ensures extremely efficient results.
Eight channels, eight drones
The DJI HDL FPV transmission technology and the DJI FPV air unit have eight frequency channels, which allow the flight of up to eight drones simultaneously. Each user has an exclusive channel. This reduces interference and ensures an optimal race.
The DJI FPV Air Unit records videos in 1080p at 60 fps, which ensures clear and breathtaking recordings.
Integrated remote control receiver
Users can wirelessly connect the DJI FPV Air Unit to the DJI FPV remote control without purchasing an additional receiver. This significantly reduces the time for flight preparation.
Multi antenna technology
The DJI FPV air unit has two antennas, which both act as transmitters and receivers - for absolutely reliable data transmission.
The DJI FPV remote control connects to the DJI FPV air unit and the DJI FPV goggles in a flash. In addition, the high-capacity batteries ensure a long service life.
The closed-loop software of the DJI FPV remote control allows users to set the parameters of the DJI FPV goggles, the DJI FPV air unit and the DJI FPV camera.
Improved usability
The remote control joysticks are customizable and the remote control design is highly ergonomic.
The latency between the DJI FPV Air Unit and the DJI FPV Remote Control reaches a low 7 ms, which offers the fastest possible reactions in demanding scenarios.
Four kilometers range
The DJI FPV remote control offers full control with a range of up to four kilometers.
Dynamic film opportunities
The DJI FPV camera has a 150 ° wide-angle lens - for an extra large field of view. Pilots can choose from three specific camera modes in order to adapt perfectly to different flight scenarios.

Standard mode

In the standard mode, the color loss is reduced and details are preserved in the best possible way, suitable for scenarios with good daylight.

Race mode

Race mode is suitable for most environments and provides an image with increased saturation, which helps pilots differentiate between illuminated obstacles.

LED mode

In LED mode, the saturation of LED lights increases and image noise is reduced, which is particularly suitable for races in the dark with illuminated obstacles.

Hints:

1. Maximum transmission range: FCC; 4 km, CE; 0.7 km, SRRC; 4 km.
2. Latency under 28 ms in 720p at 120 fps and under 40 ms in 720p at 60 fps.
3. Up to eight channels are available for the DJI FPV goggles (FCC: 8, CE / SRRC: 4, MIC: 3). Each channel has a bandwidth of 20 MHz. The standard is channel "8". Only one pilot can use this channel at a time. The connection to the FPV Air Unit can be impaired if the channel is not changed. Channel “8” can be changed manually at any time to avoid interference. All channels use the frequencies around 5.8 GHz.
4. The DJI FPV Air Unit can also record in 720p at 120 fps (without audio).
5. The ideal value of 7 ms is only achieved under ideal on-site conditions. Actual latency values ​​may vary.
6. "4-in-1 closed-loop software" reduces operating errors and allows settings to be changed remotely.
7. Users must remove the microSD card from the DJI FPV Air Unit and insert it into the DJI FPV Goggles to view the recordings.
8. The omnidirectional antennas are only compatible with other left circularly polarized antennas.
9. The glasses are only compatible with the DJI FPV goggles and are available for sale in the DJI Store.


General information:
- No obstacles or interference, FCC compliant. The maximum flight distance is a reference value for signal strength and robustness.
- End-to-end latency is measured from camera to screen. The DJI FPV Goggles achieve their maximum transmission range in compliance with FCC in an open area without interference in low latency mode (720p / 120 fps)

  • 720p / 120 fps image transfer
  • Low latency of 28 ms
  • Robust digital transmission
  • Simultaneous flight of eight drones

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