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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.

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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