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Mhinc
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Flight distance : 96421 ft
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Hey folks. Is there any settings that can help get better signal on the Phantom 3 Standard?  I find I get "Blips" of signal loss at as close as 300 to 400 feet.
I have already re-synced the remote
Calibrated the IMU, Compass and Gimbal
I even have the ITELITE DBS Range Extender Mod on the remote

I have looked through the settings but can't find anything usefull that would help.  Any suggestions?

Thanks!
5-17 00:49
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DJI Stephen
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Hello and good day. Thank you for reaching out  and I am sorry to know that you are having issues when you are flying your DJI Phantom 3 Standard. Please check the location where you are flying your drone if there are metal structures that can interfere with the signals of the drone. In addition I will be posting an official DJI tutorial video on Remote Controller Antenna Best Practices. Please keep us posted on the said issue for us to be able to help you further. Thank you.

5-17 09:33
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Mark The Droner
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Flight distance : 2917 ft
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When did you install the ITELITE?  
5-17 12:55
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Mhinc
Second Officer
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Mark The Droner Posted at 5-17 12:55
When did you install the ITELITE?

I got it second hand.  So I as not the installer
5-17 19:59
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Peterx
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What altitude was flown with the AC? The best altitude for fly far are 270 to 300 ft(70-120 meters)
5-18 00:00
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Mhinc
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Peterx Posted at 5-18 00:00
What altitude was flown with the AC? The best altitude for fly far are 270 to 300 ft(70-120 meters)

I was about 300 Feet
5-18 01:43
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Mark The Droner
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It's possible your antenna connections need to be cleaned.  After a year or two oxidation can cause problems.  You'll need two 8 mm open end wrenches to loosen those connections.  Isopropyl alcohol and a small cotton swab will work great.  Good luck.  
5-18 02:39
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