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Old 04-21-2014, 10:34 PM   #1
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Default What kind of range should I get from a park flyer reciever

A few day back I got an Airtronics Park Flyer receiver, you know the kind with only one antenna. I asked my boss what he thought was a safe range for this kind of receiver and he told me about a 1000 ft. I installed it in an old R/C plane I have and took it out for some testing this morning. All went well it had enough range to fly my plane like I did with the previous full range receiver. Anyway does a 1000 ft. sound right, that's over three football fields in range which would put the plane way out of my comfort zone for the kind of flying I like to do.
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