I’m currently using the TBS crossfire system for long range automated flying with the Pixhawk Cube. I have the TBS receiver (on the aircraft) wired to the Pixhawk via the mavlink (TELEM2) port and the telemetry talking to Mission Planner on my laptop via a bluetooth connection from the TBS transmitter module. All this works well, although the telemetry feed is slow and limited, I would rather use a dedicated SIK 900Mhz radio telemetry feed.
My question is, will the crossfire system running at 868Mhz drown out/interfere with the SIK radios running at 900Mhz (or vise versa). The SIK radio can and will run upwards of 1W ouput while the crossfire sometimes runs as much as 2W. I also have 433Mhz radio system but the range isn’t quite up to scratch for what I need.
I should also add that I have had a amateur radio license for many years, my gut instinct tells me that these two systems will work together with some carefull antenna placements but I don’t know enough about what bandwidth etc that theses radio systems use and would greatly appreciate some assistance.
Edit: The 900Mhz radio in question is the RFD 900x Modem.