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Video Aerial Systems VAS 5.8Ghz Blue Beam Ultra Antenna Set (RHCP) (2)

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The Blue Beam Ultra Antennas is one of the most well known original FPV circularly polarized antenna set. The Blue Beam Ultras are available in various versions, to better suit the vast needs of FPV users. Compared to commonly provided whip antennas, the Blue Beam Ultras will provide improved video range and clarity drastically.

This version of the Blue Beam Antenna System is the highest performance set of the three, bar none. The Mad Mushroom is a five lobe system, and the Air Screw is a three lobe clover leaf style lobe system. Conventionally, the Mad Mushroom is used on the receiver, and the Air Screw is used on the transmitter. However, you can successfully used the Mad Mushroom as a transmitter antenna too. Both of these paired together offer one of the highest axial ratios offered, which provides a direct improvement to video clarity compared to other antenna systems on the market. 

Mounted on a semi-rigid cable extension, the antenna can be shaped to any angle you need for your needs. This also aids in pushing the antenna lobes out further, to improve performance by putting the antenna out of the Fresnel zone and eliminating possible interference from other electronics.


  • Airscrew (TX):
    • Gain: 1.47DBIC
    • Axial Ratio:0.67
  • Mad Mushroom (RX):
    • Gain: 1.5DBIC
    • Axial Ratio:0.73
  • Beam Width: 360 degrees (omni-directional)
  • Weight:19g each
  • Polarization: RHCP (Right Hand Circularly Polarized)


  • (1) Mad Mushroom (RX) Antenna
  • (1) Air Screw (TX) Antenna
  • (2) Adjustment Stars

This product was added to our catalog on March 18, 2016

Verified Owner
Sunday, Dec 25 2016 (about 3 years ago)
Video Aerial Systems VAS 5.8Ghz Blue Beam Ultra Antenna Set (RHCP) (2)
Works great! Tested the antennas out in a big field never switched over to my second antenna till it got way out.