JWLaRue wrote:I just bought one....now only one left!
Sub culture wrote:Some the current crop of new 2.4ghz transmitters are backwards compatible.
If you want real top end stuff the Jeti DC16 and DS16 have a PPM out allowing the connection of a low frequency module for sub aquatic use.
But if you don't fancy dropping hundreds of dollars on a transmitter (I don't) then you could have look at the Turnigy 9XR http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__ ... dule_.html
$50 for a TX with free mixing, knobs, switches all built in, and open source software, which means it can be adapted for custom requirments. The TX is compatible with many JR format plug-in modules. I dare say with little fettling most other brands woul fit too. it would require minor case modification to fit an external aerial, but at these prices I'd be happy to take a punt on voiding the warranty.
Can't imagine a model submariner would require more than what this offers?
Giovanni wrote:This sounds too good to be true!
The Jeti DC-16 can be converted to 75MHz?
Can you explain how it can be?
JWLaRue wrote:I spent some time looking at their web site and doing some searching on rcgroups.com today. So far, I *think* the PPM is used for a low data rate telemetry link from the aircraft back to the transmitter?
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