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I am the proud owner of a Futaba Force field 9 (aka FF9) working in PCM mode 41.080Mhz. I came across some links saying that before 2011, I will be forced to throw it away or try to convert it in 35MHz (costs of conversion would out pass a new transmitter). In fact 41MHZ has been assigned to military in France, and is already forbidden in Switzerland... While Googling about more info on that subject, I found a lot of people presenting what must be the future of RC transmitter.
In one sentence: 2.4GHz, frequencies collision detection, 4.2Billions keys, 79 persons flying at the same time, bi-directional protocol, no more RF interferences (because only acting at 35Mhz)! The dream of all helicopter pilot. Currently only Spektrum is proposing a transmitter: the DX7
The transmitter is also cheap: $300, compare to the Futaba 14Mz (2700 euro!!!)
Their FAQ (frequently asked Questions) will better explain You the inside of that new technology. I will personally fly this year one more time on 41MHz (in France) except if there is already too much crash in my club due to interferences and wait for the DX9 (if a DX9 ever come out)
Double the resolution of PCM 1024, The HVGA screen features crystal-clear 640x240 pixel resolution, 2 internal processors for maximum efficiency and reliability. Windows CE (quite dangerous :-) ). www.14mz.com FlyRC My review: Too expensive: for $2000 you can have a Futaba 9z (top of the line) + a very good ladtop Nobody will be looking at the colour screen while flying: too dangerous for the aircraft Telemetry feature are missing (altitude or better main rotor rpm for helicopter) …
THIS IS STILL A PROTOTYPE; NOT TESTED OR WORKING!!!!!! TECHNICAL HELP OR REVIEW APRECIATED (I&39;M A POOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER...) Â Status: 11.01.2003 Tx and Rx are working with the 2 voltage regulator. the switching circuit on the rx side is not commutting as expected. Help needed! 26.01.2003 measure the current to correctly determine the values of R for the bipolar transistor switch I NEED YOUR HELP! I f you can resolve this, feel free to contact me, all ideas are …
Be careful ! in France you are not allowed to transmit in realtime video from an aircraft !You need : Velleman 2.4 GHz wireless surveillance system 1700 Fr include a high res color video camera, ability to have 4 different TX, built in microphone, and 300 feet range. Accus (2 * 9V) 296 Fr1 voltage regulator : 7812 (12V) + micro switch 7 Fr Rx rx_front.jpg rx_rear.jpg Tx I remove some part to have less parts.... tx_front.jpg tx_right.jpg Add a …
Be careful ! in France you are not allowed to transmit in realtime video from an aircraft ! You need: Aurel H2-TV Channel Audio-Video Modulator Mod. MAV-VHF224 225 Fr Description : Low cost CATV circuit for high quality audio-video signals, operating in the VHF Band. Input signals can be fed from videocameras, tuners, video tape players, etc, directly using the lines of the standardized output connectors (i.e. SCART), while output R.F. can be received with any standard not modified TV …
How to build your own realistic controler (for RealflightÂ®, or any other simulator that use a regular joystick). All you need is to kill an old radio, extract PCB, and solder some cable. All credits to : http://www.iquebec.com/st-prime/modif_rc.html where the following picture was extracted. radio_ordi.jpg Connect CSM 10 to a futaba FF9 : You must own the dongle, we only want to bypass the use of the jack connector and use a DIN..or connect to the proprietary connector.. There is …
FUTABA Training cord cost 160 FF build 28 FF AM version FM version CAMPAC memory extension and backup to PC with excel table cost 75â¬ to build only 6â¬ (EEPROM 2.5â¬) Plan + software (http://members.telocity.com/fritzthecat/campac.html ) Work only for the FF8, not for the WC or FF9 ! …