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Old Jul 01, 2010, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by John Kim View Post
It is not a license production nor clone. It will be an independently developed receiver compatible with Futaba.

As long as compatible receiver is not a copy of Futaba, it does not violate patent. Anyone can receive the braodcast on air wave with own receiver.
Its mainly software so I would expect to see receivers from China that will be compatible with various Transmitters. It only a matter of time until they get it working.

I agree as long as they are independently developed receivers they are not violating any laws. However if they just copy the hardware and firmware then it may not be legal in all countries.

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