Originally Posted by ercapoccia
I'm a computer engineer and i've been working al ot with connection protocols.
I don't know how DSM2 and DSMX protocols work on binding but i'd assume that they are like point to point communication where both TX and RX are in binding mode at the same time. If your RX in already binded it won't accept another connection and a TX in the same range will not be able to bind with that ID.
This is just how it works in my mind.
So what you are saying is that if person A was already up and flying and person B came along and his module had the same id then person A would be fine and person B would have to change his id and rebind his model?
If that is the case then that is good news because nobody gets shot down and the orange module guy just has to changeid's (which is annoying but not going to do any harm either).
So I guess now the question is whether or not that is the case.