On Powerbox Systems homepage about the receivers for the CORE radio it is written
"Reception quality and airborne battery voltage available via telemetry as standard".
I have noticed that many RC systems today can display signal strenght value (mostly referred to by the term RSSI, Received Signal Strength Indicator) but it is perhaps not that helpful I have understood, since it say nothing about data quality sent and received.
1. Can You tell something more about the reception quality, what is it really about and what will it help a pilot with?
2. Is the CORE receiver "reception quality" a unique Powerbox telemetry value that no other RC manufacturer provide?
3. On Your homepage It is a screenshot that show "LQI1" and "LQI2" for the transmitter and receiver (see below).
a) I suppose LQI stands for Link Quality Indicator - right?
b) And when LQI show 0% it is really bad or no link quality, and at 100% it is as good as it can be - right?
c) I suppose it is possible to set alarms at suitable % of LQI?
If Yes, is there any recommedation from Powerbox Systems at what % a user should start to be careful continue flying?
d) Will it be any chance for a pilot if the LQI drops sudden to low value on all LQI's to be able to take some action (like try to stear closer to area where it previously was higher LQI value to maybe get back some link quality?
d) Is it a "Link Strength Indicator" (similar to RSSI) in the CORE radio? If not, what is the reason not to have that (other manufacturers have it)?
No hurry with answer.
Thanks for Your time!