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.
Here is a little trick that many people don’t know about the Jumper T16 – you can fully customize the color and interface layout of the home screen!
When I was wondering why Jumper took down the product page for the T16, I discovered they are about to release a new radio – the Jumper T16 Pro.
This tutorial explains the basics of a radio transmitter for racing drones, what you should look out for when buying one: price, the number of channels, modes, frequency and other features.
Frsky released a new Taranis X9D+ 2019 radio! It has the same classic X9D+ shell with upgraded hardware and additional features. But is it as good as the original, and should you upgrade? Let’s find out!
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.
You can use OpenTX Companion to transfer model profiles from an old radio to your new radio, or restore backup to existing radios, here is how.
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.
Frsky announced their next radio – the Horus X11. It’s going to be the new platform for their newly developed dual frequency band Tandem system.
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.
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.