Problem with 2300meters antena nrf24l01 + arduino

Hello, we have two antennas like this: https://www.amazon.es/gp/product/B07BPQXXQ5/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza

What we expect is … that with a command and a car can be controlled more than 1km.
But we do not know why the receiver (in the car) receives no data and the emitter emits because if we put in command an antenna of these and in the car a normal 800 mNr lane communicates with it but the distance is reduced.

The connections we believe are good because if it works with a nrf24l01 because with this superior model it does not work …

The car has a mute arduino and the remote control an arduino nano.
The lower antenna model that works for us is: https://www.banggood.com/NRF24L01-Wireless-Transceiver-Module-SMA-Antenna-MCU-Arduino-p-80577.html?rmmds=myorder&cur_warehouse=CN

What happens when you switch the two devices? Use the receiver unit as the transmitter and the transmitter unit as the receiver?

Are the two devices working on the exact same frequency?

Paul

nothing, write values at 0 in the serial and does not communicate ...

Ok. At 100mw are you supplying enough power to the new devices. Do you have a link to an English data sheet?

Paul

marc200:
What we expect is ... that with a command and a car can be controlled more than 1km.

What sort of car are you talking about - a model or a full-size car?
How is the nRF24 mounted? Post a photo.

How is the other nRF24 mounted? Post a photo.

But we do not know why the receiver (in the car) receives no data and the emitter emits because if we put in command an antenna of these and in the car a normal 800 mNr lane communicates with it but the distance is reduced.

I don't understand the piece in bold.

...R

You need a clear line of sight between transmitter and receiver for long range communications. Do you have that?

no

You would get as lot better help if you actually described what it is you are actually trying to do.

You need to tell us what this 'car' is, where it is and where its being controlled from.

All this information could have a significant bearing on the range you will get.

marc200:
no

Then your link will not work.

Of course if you are able to reveal a bit more information, you might get a different answer.

Where in the world are you incidently ?

that the remote control connects the transmitter of 2km and in the car also one of 2km but they do not communicate between them. On the other hand, if we put the car at 1km (lower modulus) if the 2km remote control is communicated with the car that connected to a different module.

Remote control
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wAHzPlLutHT-CaABtovD4HK_F09IJc0jç

RC car reciver
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1U6BlP2bvQ4ScgeVKCLdu2nqb7XFJcSbV

I connect to 5v of the arduino with a plate of control of voltage with capacitor for the own antennas. Arduino is connected to a 6v input via the VIN port and is available to 3A

Remote control
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wAHzPlLutHT-CaABtovD4HK_F09IJc0jç

RC car reciver
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1U6BlP2bvQ4ScgeVKCLdu2nqb7XFJcSbV

marc200:
I connect to 5v of the arduino with a plate of control of voltage with capacitor for the own antennas. Arduino is connected to a 6v input via the VIN port and is available to 3A

Remote control
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wAHzPlLutHT-CaABtovD4HK_F09IJc0jç

RC car reciver
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1U6BlP2bvQ4ScgeVKCLdu2nqb7XFJcSbV

Finally, we get to the problem. Assuming you have a Uno type Arduino, You need to change a lot of the powering of stuff.

The NRF24s use 3.3 volts, not 5 volts. The Arduino Vin needs at least 7.5 volts or more.

Paul

Paul_KD7HB:
Finally, we get to the problem. Assuming you have a Uno type Arduino, You need to change a lot of the powering of stuff.

The NRF24s use 3.3 volts, not 5 volts. The Arduino Vin needs at least 7.5 volts or more.

Paul

the remote control is powered by 5v for the usb input of the arduino nano but it emits ... and the mega arduino of the car is powered by 6.5v aprox but with the same transmitter that the one of the remote control does not go, however with one of different yes.

the nrf24l01 is connected to 3.3v going through a voltage regulator with a capacitor.

srnet:
Then your link will not work.

Of course if you are able to reveal a bit more information, you might get a different answer.

Where in the world are you incidently ?

which refers to clear line of vision?

If you cannot see the vehicle from 2300 meters distance, then the radio can't either.

But how do you imagine steering a vehicle that you can't even see?

marc200:
the remote control is powered by 5v for the usb input of the arduino nano but it emits ... and the mono arduino of the car is powered by 6.5v aprox but with the same transmitter that the one of the remote control does not go, however with one of different yes

My guess is that English is not your mother tongue but even making allowances for that the piece I have quoted here (and most of the other pieces you have posted) makes no sense to me (and that is the polite version).

Maybe you would be better asking your question in one of the sections of the Forum that uses a different language.

...R

marc200:
which refers to clear line of vision?

No.

But why are you unable or unwilling to answer very simple questions, do you not know the answers ?

For instance;

Where in the world are you incidently ?

jremington:
If you cannot see the vehicle from 2300 meters distance, then the radio can't either.

But how do you imagine steering a vehicle that you can't even see?

with fpv sistem

Please post a link to the FPV system you are using, which works at 2300 m with no direct line of sight to the model.