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What's TX and RX ?

Old 08-17-2005, 11:42 PM
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Default What's TX and RX ?

Receiver TX or RX, what are they ? And which one is better ?
Old 08-18-2005, 03:46 AM
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Default RE: What's TX and RX ?

TX- Transmitter
RX- Receiver.

"better" [sm=confused.gif]
TX & RX are needed in RC models.
Old 08-19-2005, 06:35 AM
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Default RE: What's TX and RX ?

Tx is transmitter, the thing you hold in your hand that sends signals to the:
RX which is the receiver. The thing that goes into the vehicle that controls the servos and speed controller.
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Default RE: What's TX and RX ?

........and XTAL= crystal.....the small plug in chips you put in your TX and RX to change frequencies.
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Default RE: What's TX and RX ?

Then there is an RC car "transceiver" which is sort of like a two-way receiver used in real-time telemetry to send a signal back to a transmitter transceiver such as the Nomadio Sensor--A transmitter which also operates on 2.4GHz and doesn't need crystals.

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