Preliminary 3D visualization
In the video above, Ryan Quellet shared a 3D model of Divimath’s forthcoming HDZero digital video receiver for FatShark goggles with the community, and commented on a number of key features of the upcoming product.
As you can see, the presented 3D model has 4 SMA antenna connectors (instead of 2), there are no built-in patch antennas, but it is possible to install your own using a rail-type connection dedicated for them. The built-in DVR includes a clock for time stamping of video recordings, and it is also noted that the video receiver will be equipped with a microphone for recording voice / sound!
Due to the difficulties associated with the lack of chips, the developer was forced to switch to an FPGA processor with a higher power consumption (11 W instead of 7 W), which predetermined the installation of a more powerful fan. As a result, the case became 2 mm thicker, the width and height remained unchanged. The ExpressLRS Backpack connector allows you to access video settings from the remote control.
When will it be available?
The product has been delayed, explained Divimath’s Carl Zhou, due to the recent covid restrictions in China… So we’ll have to be patient, including with Divimath’s new HDZero glasses.
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