Patch antennas are a great choice for FPV goggles. These provide a generally better picture than clover leafs when used on the receiving end- however the antenna must be kept roughly facing the drone. If you fly behind yourself these are not the right choice for you unless you have a diversity receiver. However if you tend to fly infront of yourself with the antenna facing the direction of the drone they may provide a stronger signal than a clover leaf.
Circular Polarized (Right hand)
Compact low profile design on your goggles
Designed for goggles or base stations
Frequency Range: 5645 – 5945 Mhz
Gain: 6.5 dBi
Beam Width: 150° at -7db, 120° at -5db, 90° at -3db
SMA Connector (Fits Fatshark Goggles)
Dimensions: 45mm x 41mm x 16mm
Range in excess of 1Mile (1.6km) and 150m behind, using a 200mW Vtx*
Reduced multipath propagation compared to 360 degree skew style receiving antenna’s
*Note ranges are as tested by the manufacturer, and are not guaranteed, as setups and situations vary. Tested by RadioC staff to 500m on a 200mw, but then we chickened out and flew back.