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Old 03-26-2008, 09:57 PM
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just to let you know on another site i found an antenna length calculator. if you are running the standard AM 27.095 frequency, the ideal antenna lengths are 13.6142" or 27.224". The longer the aerial wire the better the reception.
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just to let you know on another site i found an antenna length calculator. if you are running the standard AM 27.095 frequency, the ideal antenna lengths are 13.6142" or 27.224". The longer the aerial wire the better the reception.
Cool, going to go check mine right now
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just to let you know on another site i found an antenna length calculator. if you are running the standard AM 27.095 frequency, the ideal antenna lengths are 13.6142" or 27.224". The longer the aerial wire the better the reception.
ware did you find that? the calculator for it.
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i have a tamiya hornet and found it on the tamiya rc site i belong to. its cool, it will calculate any frequency as long as its AM
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i have a tamiya hornet and found it on the tamiya rc site i belong to. its cool, it will calculate any frequency as long as its AM
do you have the URL? adress for the site?
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i have a tamiya hornet and found it on the tamiya rc site i belong to. its cool, it will calculate any frequency as long as its AM
do you have the URL? adress for the site?
i dont know if it will work, i copied and pasted the link while i was logged in. try it if you want.
http://www.tamiyaclub.com/tools.asp?id=ariel
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Yup it works thanks!
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i chected my antena and it is suposto be 49.6cm and it is spot on! well then agan it is a futaba reviver, trans, and throtal servo and hitec sterring...
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