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Old Nov 02, 2012, 03:29 PM
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Originally Posted by SimonChambers View Post
Futaba S-FHSS uses the TI CC2500 chipset (as per Hitec/FrSky/Graupner (I believe)/Corona/et al). It's configured to use 2-FSK modulation and it hops over 31 channels. So no DSSS.
Hmmm... that's why it's cheap! It's basically a PlayStation controller...

I'm not sure why they don't just make some low cost FASST receivers instead of confusing the market with three different flavors of Futaba.

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Originally Posted by Texas Instruments
The new CC2500 and CC1100 RF transceivers from Texas Instruments are the industry’s lowest system cost, multi-channel radios for low-power wireless applications. Operating in the 2.4 GHz (CC2500) and sub-1 GHz (CC1100) frequency bands, the devices include several useful digital features like full packet handling, FIFO buffers, clear channel assessment, wake-on-radio and more.
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