Originally Posted by stgdz
Again thanks guys for pointing out the range link. Is there any reason to get a UHF for a tricopter? I'm going to use it as my training device but I just don't see myself doing that far with it.
There are many reasons for UHF on a multirotor. 72MHz antennas are really long and there might not be a place to put it. 2.4 GHz is ok, but if you want to fly behind objects or use any frequency other than 5.8GHz for video, you can't use 2.4GHz for control. That leaves UHF as the only option.