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Old 03-28-2004, 05:23 PM
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Default Futaba/JR Transmitter With Airtronics Receiver?

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I Can Use Futaba/JR Transmitter With Airtronics Receiver?
FM, Not PCM.
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Old 03-28-2004, 05:32 PM
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JR is compatable with Airtronics. Same frequency shift. Futaba & Hitec are on the other shift.
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Default RE: Futaba/JR Transmitter With Airtronics Receiver?

If you guys in Israel use American 72Mhz gear then as the others have said, but if you use anything else like the rest of the world (such as 35, 36, 40 etc) then all brands are able to be mixed and matched. Positive and Negative shift is only an issue with American 72Mhz gear.

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"Rest of the world" ?????????????????????????????
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Default RE: Futaba/JR Transmitter With Airtronics Receiver?

ORIGINAL: TLH101

JR is compatable with Airtronics. Same frequency shift. Futaba & Hitec are on the other shift.
Frequency Shift is only an issue with radio gear designed for North America (72Mhz). I don't know what frequencies are used in Isreal, but if it's 72Mhz, you have to watch your "shift".

Having said that, many newer radios (computerized) are capable of using either shift, by either flipping a switch, or changing the programming. If you are using a computerized 72Mhz Tx, check your manual. It will probably support both Positive and Negative shift receivers.
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