Transmitter

FAQs - Transmitter

Interested in becoming a flyer? Want to know how best to begin?

The best place to start is by going to meet the club and the flyers either at the North Cliffs field and at our Monthly meetings. Our club members are more than willing to give you plenty of invaluable advice or show you want it's all about. If you are still interested then join us!

It is a requirement in this country to use 35MHz or 2.4 GHz frequency range for flying, so a transmitter and receivers must meet one of these specifications. Within this 35 MHz frequency range a channel needs to be selected. This ranges between channels 55 and 90, and a crystal fitted into your transmitter and one in the receiver in the plane must match, so they can transmit and receive a signal between the plane and the transmitter and thus communicate with each other.

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