|Jun 13, 2013, 09:34 AM|
Convert 72 MHz Futaba 6XA Super to 2.4 ghz?
Hi I'm looking to purchase a Parkzone Radian soon, and I have a basically new Futaba 6XA Super computer radio. I have it up for sale in the classifieds, but am not having much interest. Is there an inexpensive, yet reliable way to convert this 72 MHz radio to run on 2.4 ghz? If so, I'll gladly keep the radio! It seems similar to the popular Dx6i? Am I wrong?
|Jun 13, 2013, 10:18 AM|
Entirely feasible. Go for FrSky, best by far.
Here's some info on the conversion of a similar transmitter using the DHT module . There's lots more available via Google:
Here's another approach using the DHT-U to provide telemetry.
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