Today at the gym, a friend and I were trying to fly together.
He was 6 channels away from me. And yet we still started glitching each other.
He got his model down OK. Mine hit the wall with enough damage to make me put
it back in the box. (It will fly again...)
We were both surprised...
But the question remains, how far apart do the frequencies for
two RFFS-100 systems need to be so folks can fly together?
Has anyone done the research?
Fly and learn...
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