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DJI Spark

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DJI Spark
Available mods

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range (obtained on 2.4Ghz)

    • CE: 6km

    • FCC: 10km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 20dBm​

      • FCC: 26dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 26dBm

The difference between CE and FCC will be much greater on the 5.8Ghz band, needed in urban environments.

 

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

   On top of FCC, this mod also enables AirSense.

   AirSense is a system that allows the drone to receive signals sent by airplanes or helicopters (using the ADS-B protocol) and warns the user that there is a manned aircraft in the area.

   The position of the aircraft is also visible on the map. This is only a receiver, there is nothing being transmitted from the drone, it just listens to what other aircrafts are transmitting.

   With this mod, AirSense is now fully active on Air 2 drones that have the necessary hardware. Checking whether or not the drone has the hardware is simple, the model number (the first line on the label in the battery area) can either end in 3W or 1N. The 3W model has the required hardware, the 1N model does not.

FCC DJI Air 2S

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range (obtained on 2.4Ghz)

    • CE: 6km

    • FCC: 10km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 20dBm​

      • FCC: 26dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 26dBm

The difference between CE and FCC will be much greater on the 5.8Ghz band, needed in urban environments.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

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CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range (obtained on 2.4Ghz)

    • CE: 8km

    • FCC: 12km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 20dBm​

      • FCC: 30dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 30dBm

The difference between CE and FCC will be much greater on the 5.8Ghz band, needed in urban environments.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

FCC DJI Air 2S

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Mini CE model (MT1SD25)

    • Max range

      • 2.4Ghz​

        • CE: 2000m​

        • FCC: 2500m

      • 5.8Ghz​

        • CE: 500m

        • FCC: 1400m

  • Mini FCC model (MR1SS5)​

    • Max range (5.8Ghz only)

      • CE: 1000m​

      • FCC: 4000m

The main advantage of using FCC mode on the Mini CE model is in urban environments, where 5.8Ghz is needed.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range (obtained on 2.4Ghz)

    • CE: 6km

    • FCC: 10km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 20dBm​

      • FCC: 28.5dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 31.5dBm

The difference between CE and FCC will be much greater on the 5.8Ghz band, needed in urban environments.

 

The FPV drone just needs to be connected once to the FCC app to switch it into FCC mode. After that, you can fly without the app connected and the drone will remain in FCC mode until connected back to the official app.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

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CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range (obtained on 2.4Ghz)

    • CE: 6km

    • FCC: 10km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 20dBm​

      • FCC: 26dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 26dBm

The difference between CE and FCC will be much greater on the 5.8Ghz band, needed in urban environments.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

FCC_M2P.jpg

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range

    • CE: 4km

    • FCC: 7km​

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 20dBm​

      • FCC: 26dBm

    • 5.2Ghz​

      • CE: N/A​

      • FCC: 23dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 13dBm

      • FCC: 23dBm

The difference between CE and FCC will be much greater on the 5.8Ghz band, needed in urban environments.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 2km​

      • FCC: 4km

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 500m​

      • FCC: 4km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 18dBm​

      • FCC: 26dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 30dBm

The huge difference on 5.8Ghz means the CE mode will struggle significantly in urban environments

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 500m​

      • FCC: 2km

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 300m​

      • FCC: 2km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 18dBm​

      • FCC: 25dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 27dBm

The huge difference on 5.8Ghz means the CE mode will struggle significantly in urban environments

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range

    • CE: 3.5km / 2km (5.8Ghz / 2.4Ghz)

    • FCC: 7km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 17dBm​

      • FCC: 26dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 28dBm

The difference between CE and FCC is much greater on the 5.8Ghz band, needed in urban environments.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range

    • CE: 3.5km

    • FCC: 7km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 17dBm​

      • FCC: 26dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • N/A

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Mini SE CE model (MT2SD25)

    • Max range

      • 2.4Ghz​

        • CE: 2000m​

        • FCC: 2500m

      • 5.8Ghz​

        • CE: 500m

        • FCC: 1400m

  • Mini SE FCC model (MT2SS5)​

    • Max range (5.8Ghz only)

      • CE: 1000m​

      • FCC: 4000m

The main advantage of using FCC mode on the Mini SE CE model is in urban environments, where 5.8Ghz is needed.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)

CE vs FCC comparison:

  • Max range (obtained on 2.4Ghz)

    • CE: 8km

    • FCC: 15km

  • Transmitter power (EIRP)​

    • 2.4Ghz​

      • CE: 20dBm​

      • FCC: 33dBm

    • 5.8Ghz​

      • CE: 14dBm

      • FCC: 33dBm

The difference between CE and FCC will be much greater on the 5.8Ghz band, needed in urban environments.

This will also enable the 5.8Ghz band in countries where it's disabled by default (e.g. Russia, Israel)