The hottest and smallest radio controllers for FPV in 2020 have to be the TBS Tango 2 and Frsky X-Lite Pro. In this review we will compare the two and help you decide which one to buy.
The Crossfire Micro V1 was on sale at half price recently, some of us was right to guess they were preparing for the release of a new product – the Crossfire Micro TX V2 module. Let’s take a look at what’s new.
This tutorial explains how to install and setup TBS Crossfire for the TX16S, T18, T16, and the Taranis X9D+. I will show you how to connect Crossfire receiver to flight controller and configure it in Betaflight. The same steps apply to other OpenTX radios.
The Mini Immortal T Antenna is now available for TBS Crossfire receivers. These antennas are super tiny and should be great for micro quads such as Tiny whoops and “Toothpicks”. Let’s compare its performance to the Immortal T V2.
Here is an overview of the Frsky R9M-Lite module, and we will test the latency and see how it compares to the TBS Crossfire. Both are great 900MHz RC systems for long range and many are hesitating which one to get. With latency being one of the main considerations we hope you find the test useful.
Long range radio systems using 900MHz including the Frsky R9M and TBS Crossfire typically use a single dipole antenna on the receiver. The optimal antenna positioning can be different from traditional 2.4GHz systems with diversity monopole antennas on the receivers.
By simply updating the firmware on your Crossfire Micro TX module, you can increase the maximum output power from 100mW to 250mW. I will show you how in this post.
I don’t normally fly FPV with audio on, but thanks to my friend Gianpa’s generous gift – I am going to check out the TBS Steele earbud and share my thoughts about this product.
The Frsky X-Lite has an external module bay that is too small to fit standard size JR modules including the TBS Crossfire. Are we giving up that easily? HELL NO! A few people have been taking the X-Lite apart as soon as they received the the first batch, and trying to find out whether they can get it working.
The TBS Oblivion is a pre-built racing drone. According to Team black Sheep, it’s designed with usability and durability in mind. They also claim the Oblivion has a top speed of 120Km/h and up to 11 mins of
flight time (hover time). But is it really worth spending money on? Let’s take a look.
LQ and RSSI can be confusing for first time TBS Crossfire users. In this tutorial I will try to explain what the differences are between LQ and RSSI in Crossfire. I will also show you how to set it up in Betaflight and OpenTX on the Taranis TX to monitor your link quality and range.