Is it possible to have a separate RC transmitter for gimbal(3-axes) but only on receiver?
Transmitter #1 works with channel 1 to 5
Transmitter #2 works with channel 6 to 8
As I understand here http://copter.ardupilot.com/wiki/camera-mount/#Gimbal_configuration_through_the_mission_planner it is possible.
But I don't understand the the
physical transmission, as I understand there might be a problem between those two transmitter signals colliding, but is it true, if I configure the remote 1 to not use any other channel, and the same with remote 2, there should be no collision?
But if there is, if I use separate receivers, will that resolve the problem, I don't see how, because does it matter , if the channels are used by one pair, can they be used by the second one too?
Thanks for all replays.
(about 5.8 Ghz I don't see it as option, because I want FPV to be on 5.8, I have studied a lot about these frequencies, so I understand that using 2.4 for FPV will be very bad for controlling the multicopter as audio + video is very "thick" layer of signal, so I found that it is better to use 2.4 for controls and 5.8 for A/V FPV)