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Old 10-05-2003, 06:56 PM
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I have a Futaba 9CAP with the 9 ch PCM rx channel 41. I am looking to buy another reciever for second plane and want PCM which do I order the, the 72MHz High, or the 72Mhz low. I want the same channel, channel 41. What is the difference? Thanks

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Old 10-05-2003, 07:14 PM
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Default RE: 72MHz Low, 72MHz High????

The receiver needs to be High Band. THen purchase a CH41 crystal.

The difference between hi and low band is the frequency in which the receiver is tuned. Low band is tuned for channel 23, high band is tuned for channel 47 (I think).

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I have a Futaba 9CAP with the 9 ch PCM rx channel 41. I am looking to buy another reciever for second plane and want PCM which do I order the, the 72MHz High, or the 72Mhz low. I want the same channel, channel 41. What is the difference? Thanks

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Low Band (Ch. 11-35) and High Band (Ch. 36-60)
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Thank you Gentlemen

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Default RE: 72MHz Low, 72MHz High????

Pardon my ignorance,


But what does it mean to be "tuned"? I was under the impression that the crystal determined the channel. Can someone shed some light?


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