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Old 09-11-2017, 03:31 PM
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I was adding a satellite rx to my AR7210BX rx on my Goblin today and when doing the binding process my transmitter (DX9) stated that it was in 22ms frame rate. Guess I never paid any attention to that before (I've only had the transmitter a couple months and still learning things about it). I know from reading through the manual for the AR7210BX it can operate at a frame rate of 11ms but its been working ok at 22ms. Since 11ms is faster and better (I assume) I switched the frame rate to 11ms in my transmitter for that model (yes I'm using digital servos in my Goblin) and the receiver seems to work ok. My question is should I rebind since I changed the frame rate?
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Old 09-12-2017, 08:35 AM
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Yes. RF changes do not take effect on the Frame Rate screen until you rebind.

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Old 09-12-2017, 12:14 PM
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Thanks Andy. Is there really that much difference the average person can tell between 11ms and 22ms? Are there any advantages for going to the faster frame rate? Any info you can give on this topic will be appreciated.
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Only the very best of the best can tell. The only advantages would be in certain aircraft types like highly aerobatic helis and quads, but 99% of pilots won't know the difference.

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