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What recivers can be used with a JR X-3810?

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Old 08-08-2004, 04:16 PM
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Default What recivers can be used with a JR X-3810?

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I'm pertty new at this, and was stupid enough tio belive that all recivers could be used, only the freq. was the same for the transmitter.

Guess I'm wrong, and I won't be able to use Futaba's Rx.

I'm planing on using a JR X-3810.

Please help me out, is there another brand that can be used, or does it have to be JR? [>:]
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Old 08-09-2004, 05:44 AM
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JR and Airtronics receivers can be used as they are positive shift. Some other brands may be used if they can be set to positive shift.
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Old 08-09-2004, 09:00 AM
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Default RE: What recivers can be used with a JR X-3810?

So it is not possible to select shift in the transmitter?

Think that at least Hitec Eclipse 7 is able to do this and it is a much cheaper transmitter.


Does this mean I won't be able to use the cheap recivers from GWS, Robbe, etc? [:@]


How about the Xtals in the transmitter, only JR or could I use some other brand?



help is very welcome
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Old 08-09-2004, 09:24 AM
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Default RE: What recivers can be used with a JR X-3810?

Am I wrong, but I thought that North America was the only place where Futaba and Hitech went to a different shift. I thought in Europe the radio manufacturers kept their senses and had the same shift for all radios. Naturally you can't use a PCM receiver across brands, but all the FM PPM's should work.

In NA, the ham freqs are like Europe and I have a couple of Futaba receivers on 6 meters and I fly with my JR 8103 (3810 in Europe).
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