Sep 28, 2012, 12:51 PM RC beginner New York Joined Oct 2008 6,054 Posts unfortunately probably cant count that. there is no hint of similarity between matrix math and pecking away at assemlby in embedded controllers. and personally i was VERY pleased to see a 4 year engineering degree.
Sep 28, 2012, 12:56 PM
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 Originally Posted by molond Personally I haven't done any reverse engineering but good friends with someone who does that kind of thing as a hobby. This is basically how he explained how he did it. If you count what I am currently doing in mathematical programming (like protocols but with 4 by 4 matrixes of unkowns) I do at uni as reverse engineering then 3 a week. And that just first year of aerospace engineering! I would hate to see a 4 year maths degree! Also, just from observation, you can see nothing magical happen between the two antennas to make the output any different to the input. Darcy
Actually, I lied. We did touch on hex-coding and finding what manipluations happened when last semester during basic electronic/electrical engineering but I stress that we only just touched it.

Darcy
Sep 28, 2012, 12:58 PM
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 Originally Posted by dave1993 unfortunately probably cant count that. there is no hint of similarity between matrix math and pecking away at assemlby in embedded controllers. and personally i was VERY pleased to see a 4 year engineering degree.
No I meant I wouldn't stand a 4 year PURE maths degree but I can certainly handle engineering!

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 Sep 28, 2012, 01:04 PM RC beginner New York Joined Oct 2008 6,054 Posts we definitely agree on that. engineering=fun. math? not so much.
Sep 28, 2012, 10:00 PM
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Another 9X?

Specifications: 歌方傍苧:
1、Channels:9 Channels;
2、Model type:glid/heli/airplane;
3、RF range:2.40-2.48GHz;
4、Bandwidth:500KHz;
5、Band:160;
6、RF power:less than 20DB;
7、2.4G system:AFHDS2;
8、Code type:GFSK;
9、Senditivity:1024;
10、Low voltage warning:yes(less than 3.5V)
11、DSC port: yes(3.5mmutput:PPM);
12、Charger port:yes;
13、Power:3.7V(1300mAh);
14、Weight:720g;
15、ANT length:26mm;
16、Size:190*95*255mm;
17、Color:black;
18、Certificate:CE0678,FCC;

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 Sep 28, 2012, 10:12 PM Registered User United States, SC, Irmo Joined Sep 2011 5,002 Posts No, its different. I want to know more about this model as well.
Sep 28, 2012, 11:51 PM
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 Originally Posted by kizashi Specifications: 歌方傍苧: 1、Channels:9 Channels; 2、Model type:glid/heli/airplane; 3、RF range:2.40-2.48GHz; 4、Bandwidth:500KHz; 5、Band:160; 6、RF power:less than 20DB; 7、2.4G system:AFHDS2; 8、Code type:GFSK; 9、Senditivity:1024; 10、Low voltage warning:yes(less than 3.5V) 11、DSC port: yes(3.5mmutput:PPM); 12、Charger port:yes; 13、Power:3.7V(1300mAh); 14、Weight:720g; 15、ANT length:26mm; 16、Size:190*95*255mm; 17、Color:black; 18、Certificate:CE0678,FCC;
That is the FrSky 9 ch radio not the 9XR
Sep 28, 2012, 11:56 PM
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 Originally Posted by molond That is the FrSky 9 ch radio not the 9XR
no, it's the FlySky
Sep 29, 2012, 02:10 AM
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 Originally Posted by albx no, it's the FlySky
Sorry got the two mixed up, why does two competing companies have such similar names?
 Sep 29, 2012, 09:01 AM PEMAC Australia, New South Wales, Penrith Joined Jul 2007 757 Posts Yeah. It can be hard to explain to someone I have a flysky turnigy 9x, but replaced the module with a FrSky one. The response is usually ". . . what?"
 Sep 29, 2012, 04:02 PM Registered User United States, SC, Irmo Joined Sep 2011 5,002 Posts Maybe its a chinese L and R pronunciation thing... Flied Lice anyone?
Sep 29, 2012, 04:07 PM
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 Originally Posted by SleepySean Yeah. It can be hard to explain to someone I have a flysky turnigy 9x, but replaced the module with a FrSky one. The response is usually ". . . what?"
Ive seen people type FrySky in many forums. Is that just an error or another brand?
 Sep 29, 2012, 04:42 PM Happy FPV flyer Switzerland Joined Sep 2006 6,043 Posts Error.
 Sep 29, 2012, 05:57 PM Playtoy Mtl, Canada Joined Aug 2007 199 Posts Is the new 9XR has the RF module as the present TURNIGY 9X or it will be available only as dsm2, dsmx without any module. Thanks
 Sep 29, 2012, 06:26 PM Registered User Puerto Rico, Carolina Joined May 2011 248 Posts Many people have mentioned that it is not the new Turnigy 9X and they could be right. Only posted it to see if people liked it and since FlySky sells the same radio as Turnigy, Eurgle and others who knows.