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Old 06-07-2012, 09:59 PM
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fmw,

I'm no expert but i don't think it's that simple, not by a long shot. If other transmitters transmitting on the same frequency was a problem then you would not be able to fly two Spektrum systems at the same time.. When the reality is that you can fly many at the same time without any issue.

Unlike previous technologies 2.4Ghz does not need dedicated frequencies for each system in use. Many systems can co-exist on the same frequency without interfering. This is because each transmitter and receiver pair are 'bound' together. The signal carries a special code that the receiver looks for. The receiver ignores any other signal that doesn't carry the correct code so it only responds to signals sent by the Tx with which it's 'bound'.

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