This tutorial walks you through how to setup the Jumper T16 radio for the first time. I will explain the every aspect of using the T16, from user interface, software to hardware, as well as beginner to advanced tips and tricks.
The Taranis X9 Lite is something to look out for. It resembles the Taranis X9D-Plus in some way, and yet it’s only a fraction of the cost. Most importantly it comes with Frsky’s latest air protocol – ACCESS.
The FPV community is going to be super excited about the Jumper T16 TX! With the amount of features offered by the Jumper T16 at this affordable price, the popular Frsky Taranis X9D and QX7 are finally facing some serious competition.
We have been very excited about the release of the Frsky X-Lite, a gamepad style RC transmitter, however we also learned that the X-lite is unlikely to be compatible with the TBS Crossfire external module, which is a huge disappointment to some users. Don’t worry! The Dark Knight Nirvana TX from UndergroundFPV might be a good alternative.
The iRangeX IR8M radio transmitter is a multi-protocol TX that is compatible with Frsky, Spektrum DSM2/DSMX, Flysky, Walkera and many other radio systems. In this article we will take a look at the product spec and discuss the possible pro’s and con’s.
The Frsky Taranis Q X7S is an upgraded “Special” version of the popular Taranis Q X7. In this article we will take a look at the improvements on the QX7S, and help you decide whether the changes are worth the extra cost.
There have been a lot of discussion on using SBUS over PPM for radio receiver. Here we will have a look at the differences and the advantages of SBUS over PPM.