For long range flying, RC links is just as important as your FPV video link. In this review we will have a look at the Frsky R9M and TBS Crossfire – two popular TX modules options that are compatible with the Taranis transmitters.
There are many transmitter options available for mini quads. While many would recommend a high end transmitter, beginners might choose to save a bit of cash on selecting a TX. This is completely understandable when you don’t know if the hobby is really for you, and this is where the FlySky range comes in.
Frsky has just released a new radio receiver, the R-XSR, that might replace your XSR or X4R for good for people who own a Frsky transmitters like the X9D and QX7.
In this article we will show you how to flash/update firmware on your Frsky receivers such as D4R-II, X4R-SB, XSR and XM+. This is useful when you have mismatched firmware that prevents you from binding, or you might simply want to update to the latest firmware version.
FrSky XSR-M is a smallest SBUS/CPPM Radio Receiver offering full range and Smart Port telemetry recently released.
The XM+ radio receiver is a tiny SBUS diversity RX from Frsky. It’s insanely light weight making it a great alternative to X4R-SB and XSR RX for micro quad builds. In this post we will show you the features of XM+ and how to use it.
A new Frsky receiver option for light weight and tiny mini/micro quad builds – the Furious Mini RX! It’s even smaller than XSR!
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.