This tutorial walks you through how to setup the Radiomaster TX16S radio. I will try to explain everything you need to know how to use the TX16S for the first time, including battery, radio settings, model setup and gimbal calibrations.
LQ and RSSI can be confusing for first time TBS Crossfire users. I will try to explain the differences between LQ and RSSI for Crossfire. I will also show you how to set it up in Betaflight and OpenTX to monitor your link quality and range.
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.
This buyer’s guide explains the basics of radio transmitters for FPV drone. Apart from price, the supported frequency and protocols and the number of channels, there are a lot more to consider when buying a TX.
This tutorial explains how to flash the latest OpenTX firmware on your radio. To stay up-to-date with the latest OpenTX firmware development for bug fixes and new features, it’s recommended to keep your radio firmware updated.
The new TX16S from Radiomaster looks highly similar to the Jumper T16 at first glance, but it’s made by a different company and has different specs and features. Is it a better radio or just a cheap clone? Let’s find out.
There are more than one way to hold your radio sticks, and you could have been holding them wrong the whole time! You can pinch, or just use your thumbs. The debate of which way is best will perhaps never end, but you should explore and find your own style.
Here I will list some of the upgrade parts and accessories for the Jumper T16 / T16 Pro. Feel free to let me know if there are custom parts that I am missing here!
To take advantage of the TX16S, T18 and T16’s big beautiful color screen, you can upload custom splash image, background image and model images to the radios. You can follow the same steps in this tutorial on any OpenTX radios with same LCD.
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.
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!