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Old Sep 19, 2010, 08:50 AM
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go with the Frsky system, its better, Assan is like DSM 2 (it does not transmit on the whole 2.4ghz band) you have to use bind plugs, and the RX are more expensive. Frsky also has TRUE antenna diversity on the Rx, Assan doesn't. Those are just a few points that put one better than the other I'm sure people can come up with many more (like Telemetry, etc...)

I Have them both (well, not any more I sold the Assan system). And I can say first hand I like Frsky better.
I noticed when flying the assan system that the servo movement is very notchy, and it suffers badly with resolution when using cheap servos. It only chooses 2 frequencies right? Like spectrum, and a friend of mine bench tested it with interference and it does not appear to be able to hop back and forth between the 2 channels like spectrum, it will jump to the second if the first gets swamped, but will not go back if the second gets swamped with noise.
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Old Sep 19, 2010, 09:14 AM
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I have a Futaba 9c.
I bought a FrSky Telemetry DFT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for Futaba w/ Module & RX. I can not get a range sound alarm from TX. Anybody know why ? Do i have to turn the alarm on , or is it a faulty TX ? I went so far away ,that the receiver start blinking and still no alarm. Is there a beep from tx when turning the transmitter on ? I have no sound at all.
Old Sep 19, 2010, 01:27 PM
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Thank you, EVA. I will get the RS232 cable, and learn more before giving it a try. Since I am not yet using any telemetry yet, I have time to learn. All the FRSKY equipment I have now works flawlessly. One transmitter, three eight channel receivers, three four channel and two yet to be installed eight channel telemetry receivers.

Thank you once again for your assistance,
Larry
Old Sep 19, 2010, 01:39 PM
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Hello Bob,
I just checked my private messages. I don't have anything in there, except one from EVA a couple of months ago about two cell A123 receiver batteries on non HV receivers. Would you try a PM again please? I'm sending this response to your private message because maybe somethings wrong with my PM inbox.
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Larry
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Old Sep 19, 2010, 02:01 PM
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Today I tested my telemetry module, in bringing it works without problem until no view but I have tone RF module often and it's very disturb
is it possible to desable this feature on the RSSI ? or better is it possible to adjust these thresholds for the 3 levels by pc soft?
One question how much more has thresholds are factory?
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Old Sep 19, 2010, 03:26 PM
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Hello Bob,
I just checked my private messages. I don't have anything in there, except one from EVA a couple of months ago about two cell A123 receiver batteries on non HV receivers. Would you try a PM again please? I'm sending this response to your private message because maybe somethings wrong with my PM inbox.
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Larry
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Larry,

The PM was for Eva (Chase Wu). And I STILL have not received a response. I guess I'm on the "NO RESPOND" list.

Glad you other guys get responses.
Old Sep 19, 2010, 09:51 PM
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Larry,

The PM was for Eva (Chase Wu). And I STILL have not received a response. I guess I'm on the "NO RESPOND" list.

Glad you other guys get responses.
Dear Robert,
We presume there may be something wrong with PM inbox and sent items, as I did reply to you the same day I got your PM, I resent it again today, please kindly check, thank you in advance.

Eva
Old Sep 20, 2010, 12:18 AM
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what you mean by: "my 9C can support telemtry " ?
See telemetry data on screen ?! NO
There is no radio so far with such feature, will be available for Royal EVO soon.
With any radio fitted with telemetry combo, you will have audio feedback (beeps) for he most important things you need: out of range (signla quality) and two onborad voltages.
If you want quantitative measures or logging, you need a laptop.
Are you suggesting FrSky will be releasing a hack module for the Royal EVO that integrates with EVO's programming? Or are you talking about Multiplex's M-Link that provides this functionality already?
Old Sep 20, 2010, 02:36 AM
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I havent read the whole post but does this (Frsky) mean that the range will be longer aswell or not

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Old Sep 20, 2010, 03:10 AM
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Are you suggesting FrSky will be releasing a hack module for the Royal EVO that integrates with EVO's programming? Or are you talking about Multiplex's M-Link that provides this functionality already?
I suppose in this case it is meant that the Evo and actually also the Cockpit SX each in m-link version are supporting together with telemetry-ready m-link receivers displaying measured data on their displays.
As mpx isnīt giving away detailed information about their used technics, it will be hard for frsky (or any other manufacturer) to provide such an interation to the transmitters.
Have in mind, that mpx devices are far away from beeing as popular as futaba or JR, so the market for those products will be (too) small to aim for. And mpx users are usually closely connected to their brand. I also like the programming and usefulness provided by their transmitters. (admit i have not played around with much others, they all have their benefits)
Old Sep 20, 2010, 08:11 AM
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Programing V2 and V1 receiver (2 way and not 2 way)


Hello all.

I have a FrSkay 2 way JR combo and and 2 receivers not two way.

Do I need also to program the non telemetry receivers (not 2 way) to work with the new 2 way transmitter software?

Thanks in advance.
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Manuel
Old Sep 20, 2010, 10:53 AM
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Hi All.
Has anyone succeeded in transmitting gps coordinates (NMEA strings or binary protocol) from the Frsky telemetry RX to the TX? I've had a look around and found a few have tried but i haven't found any that have succeeded.
Cheers,
Nick
Old Sep 20, 2010, 04:43 PM
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Dear Robert,
We presume there may be something wrong with PM inbox and sent items, as I did reply to you the same day I got your PM, I resent it again today, please kindly check, thank you in advance.

Eva

I have sent a PM in reply to the PM that I finally received.
Old Sep 20, 2010, 05:01 PM
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FRSky 2.4 Conversion


Based on what I've read in here my 8UAFS will get an FRSKY module. I can't justify $299.99 from Tower Hobbies. And Japan farms most of their work out to China just like us. So why not go with Hobby King.
Old Sep 20, 2010, 05:31 PM
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Sam an JollyJoker: the MPX protocol is patented, and, as a result, very well described in the patent
So well, that I am working now to a translator device able to drive directly the EVO display with data from FrSky protocol.


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