Already about four years in the making yet not much is known about ImRC’s new long range module called “ghost”. All we got so far are some outdated shots of a prototype being tested in 2017 (433MHz version back then) and that it’s a 2.4GHz transmitter now going to support multiple RX like Crossfire does.
Rumor has it that the module might be designed only for the FrSky X-Lite but we can’t really believe that.
A customer picture of the just released FPV.Connect wifi module by Orqa (intended to enhance connectivity between your mobile phone and goggles) was surprisingly featuring a ghost sticker, hinting at some kind of connection between the soon to be released long range module and FPV.One (pic cred: Wurstgewitter):
FPV.Connect module installed in the secondary bay of an Orqa FPV.One goggle (photo cred: vezdecfpv)
Another recent sneak peak of the ghost module – ImmersionRC shared a similar photo when teasing the RapidFire module to hide its final color, but it seems like we can expect a red or white plastic shell:
What can we expect from FPV.connect in combination with IRC ghost?
Our guess is to see something like OSD integration and/or updating the module via your cell phone.
What are your thoughts? Can 2.4GHz compete with 868MHz at all? Tell us in the comments 🙂
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