Here is a step by step tutorial walking you through how to setup the Jumper T16 radio for the first time. It explains every aspect of using the radio, from user interface, software to hardware, as well as beginner to advanced tips and tricks.
Although the Jumper T16 is running JumperTX firmware which is forked from OpenTX, firmware update procedure is completely different. Instead of using OpenTX Companion, you will have to flash your T16 using SD card. In this tutorial I will show you how.
F1, F3, F4, F7 and H7 are the different processors in racing drone flight controllers. This article explains the differences between these MCU, the advantages and disadvantages and help you decide which FC to get.
FPV racing drones are fueled by LiPo batteries, they are able to store and deliver large amount of power. In this guide you will learn how to read the spec of LiPo for your mini quad, and how to choose and handle them safely.
In this article we will compare the best simulators for FPV Drone Racing. Quadcopter simulators have been around for decades, but only recently we’ve begun to see decent options designed specifically for drone racing and FPV freestyle flying, some of which are even free!
Multimeter is one of the first items you should have when getting into FPV. In this tutorial I will go through the basic functions of a multimeter, and how to “test your drone” with a multimeter. A multimeter is also sometimes called a DMM (Digital Multi-Meter)
If you get a popup warning in BLHeliSuite_32 configurator, saying “ESC Not in Sync with Master”, what does that mean?
In this tutorial I will show you how to build a racing drone (aka FPV mini quad) from scratch step by step. It walks you through what components you need, how to assemble the quadcopter, and configure the software for your first flight.
The first thing you want to do when setting up a drone is binding the receiver and transmitter so you can control it. In this tutorial, I will show you how to bind a Frsky receiver to the Taranis or Horus radio.
There are more than 40 channels you can choose from in a video transmitter (VTX), some times even up to 72 channels. It can be confusing for a beginner as which VTX channel is best to use. The choice comes down to if you fly with other people.
What is Betaflight CLI? CLI stands for command line interface, a configuration mode that gives users direct access to all the settings and parameters within the flight control firmware. CLI is a powerful tool, but can be daunting for less technical users. In this guide I will explain why and how to use CLI in Betaflight.