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Old 06-08-2007, 09:28 AM
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Does anyone know which is the color that identifies the 35 Mhz band?

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Old 06-08-2007, 09:34 AM
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A simple Google search kicked out this information on the top of the list:

Obtained from: [link]http://www.fai.org/aeromodelling/system/files?file=frequencies_GBR.pdf[/link]


2. THE 35 MHz BAND.
(a) Identification is by orange flag with black or white channel numerals.
CHANNEL FREQUENCY CHANNEL FREQUENCY
channel 55 34.950 channel 73 35.130
channel 56 34.960 channel 74 35.140
channel 57 34.970 channel 75 35.150
channel 58 34.980 channel 76 35.160
channel 59 34.990 channel 77 35.170
channel 60 35.000 channel 78 35.180
channel 61 35.010 channel 79 35.190
channel 62 35.020 channel 80 35.200
channel 63 35.030 channel 81 35.210
channel 64 35.040 channel 82 35.220
channel 65 35.050 channel 83 35.230
channel 66 35.060 channel 84 35.240
channel 67 35.070 channel 85 35.250
channel 68 35.080 channel 86 35.260
channel 69 35.090 channel 87 35.270
channel 70 35.100 channel 88 35.280
channel 71 35.110 channel 89 35.290
channel 72 35.120 channel 90 35.300
(b) To identify the channel number of an untagged crystal:
(1) If the crystal is marked 34.xxx you subtract 40 from the first two numbers after the decimal
point of the frequency marking, (i.e. 34.960, subtract 40 from 96 giving channel 56).
(2) If the crystal is marked 35.xxx you add 60 to the first two numbers after the decimal point of
the frequency marking, (i.e. 35.260, add 60 to 26 giving channel 86).
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Thanks, Rafael, the RX is orange so it gave an idea of the color.
But, as for calculating the channel number:

"If the crystal is marked 35.xxx you add 60 to the first two numbers after the decimal point of
the frequency marking, (i.e. 35.260, add 60 to 26 giving channel 86)."

What about 35.890 Mhz? Should I add 60 to the first two numbers after the decimal point?

89 + 60 = 149 ??
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I have no clue as to the numbering system. Notice that the information comes from a Brittish Site.

35.890 is not on that list of available frequencies. Most likely Argentina has a different frequency spectrum than Great Brittain.

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Thanks Rafael.

I visited your site, nice RC birds!

I'm not in the air, I'm on the water:

http://geocities.com/navalrc/

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you may give a look here..

http://www.rc-network.de/magazin/art...rt_027-01.html

about 35.890 is in germany used as 35MHz B-band only for planes
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Thanks. Nice looking boats on your site!

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