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Old 10-07-2003, 12:25 PM
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Can someone please explain to me what QPCM is, what the advantage is? and what I need to take advantage of it?
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"Q"PCM is an exclusive Hitec product. "Q" stands for Quick. This technology allows the signal to be processed almost twice as fast as standard PCM receivers.

Why do you need it? Most people will use PCM for aircraft that are larger and more expensive. It offers the ability to set a failsafe position or simply hold the last command if the signal is lost or there is interferance.

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I don't know if I "need" it, I was wondering about it for my 27% edge, noticed the option on my new eclipse and had no idea what it was for. Would I need a special receiver? Or is it a transmitter option?
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Sorry , just re-read your post seems pretty obvious that I would need a special reciever, so I guess the question I have now would be what is the real world difference in having the QPCM equipment vs running things with standard equip?
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