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Old Jun 14, 2012, 06:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Mac50L View Post
An Rx is a radio, or maybe we called them a wireless as we used the English terminology. "Its on the radio." as in there is a programme on the wireless. "I heard it on the radio." etc.

It might be better to use Tx and Rx and then we'd know that the transmitter and the receiver were being talked about.

Now, which is turned off first - Rx or Tx after binding? (Or do I have to go out to the workshop to check my notes.)
When one refers to a radio, they are referring to the Transmitter or TX. WHen they talk about the reciever, it's the RX.

But, Rx can also mean a drug store or pharmacy and Tx is the abbreviation for the State of Texas. So if you got aspirin in Dallas you could say you went shopping at a Rx in Tx.

Tnx for listening.


oh, also....I use a Hitec radio and it doesn't play any music.
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