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modifying old tx for aileron rudder coupling

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Old 02-13-2003, 06:42 PM
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is there an easy mod so you can enable an older transmitter to accomplish rudder aileron coupling?
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Old 02-13-2003, 06:55 PM
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Since your profile doesn't show where you are, I will assume somewhere in the US. In North America, it is illegal to make any modifications to the transmitter without the appropriate licenses. If you want to do mixing with a non-computer radio, there are 2 options I know of:

1). There are "receiver add-ons" which do the mixing electronically. Just plug the mixer into both ports on the receiver, and the servos into the mixer.

2). Build a mechanical mixer (like it used to be done). The aileron servo is mounted in a sliding tray, which is moved by the rudder servo.
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