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Old Jun 17, 2002, 08:14 AM
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Thank you for the information. I suspected that the chip GWS is using is decoding more channels than the 4 they offer. It would be great if you could tell me what chip & pin numbers are the ones I need to tap in the receiver to have access to Ch.5 and Ch.6 in the GWS R4P receiver.

You are right about the risks of using a single conversion receiver. However, I always fly by myself, so I do not have interference problem. I have an FMA Fortress, dual conversion receiver that I can put on my pylon racer if I go flying with others in the future. FMA receivers have outstanding performance, and have a very good reputation. The Fortress receiver I have weights 15 grams, and FMA has recently come up with a lighter dual conversion receiver that weights only 10 grams!

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