Originally Posted by ImmersionRC
It is a very robust FHSS system, with flexible options (under software control0 for frequencies (around the 433MHz/70cm Ham band) and hop counts.
It records error rates for each of the hop bins and downlinks that data via the EzOSD temeletry link, so you can analyze this after the flight, if any interfering sources are suspected.
The standard option will be for 50 hops, for Ham licensees, but there are license-free parts of the 433MHz band which could be used also.
Much of this is up to the retailers, who need to choose options suitable for their local market.
So, that means it can be legal used in the EU, without need for an ham license?