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Old Jan 14, 2013, 03:15 AM
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Seeing some new transmitters have display on the top half. That makes sense. The neck strap won´t be in the way for the display. The angle is better for viewing as well.
With telemetry on display, it should be in focus during development (yes, I know how danger it is to look at display during flight, but still glance to see how much time left etc.....)

Since you are now looking in to a new backside:
My suggestion is (since moving the display to the upper half of the transmitter is to far out) to do what Graupner did on several desk transmitters, like my MC19.

They offered, as an option, two metal L brackets (Piano wire, spring loaded) to attach to the bottom half, lower chassis. The ends pointing upwards have metal rings for the harness. Also have a look at the antenna transportation solution.
Then nothing is blocking the display.
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