Chris, to expand on your question to Morris, I've read that a lower frequency like 900mhz is better for bending around bigger objects like buildings, but that shorter frequencies like 5.8 ghz can be better for penetrating small holes, like through trees or woods.
On my 5.8ghz 250mw tx with cheap ebay cloverleafs, I can penetrate about 40-75ft of woods before getting barely usable footage, and I really don't notice much reception loss until that point, the picture remains clear.
I took this photo from my front porch. I can go up that road in the left of the picture about 100' from the point where the woods start blocking my LOS, and the woods are rather dense with smaller brush and trees as you can see.
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Glad to see your 350qx goin' Bobby! Glad to see so much fpv going on, I never realized it would be this much fun! So far no issues with an unshielded Mobius with my Taranis or Multiwii GPS. Btw Chris, did you ever get your taranis? Perfect fpv radio, great distance, and I can have it announce my RSSI signal strength every 5 seconds with the flip of a switch so I know if I'm getting close to the edge!