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How to find compatibility existing transmitter vs new receiver

Old 09-03-2021, 03:21 AM
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BartDP
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Default How to find compatibility existing transmitter vs new receiver

Hello all,

I want to buy a new receiver with an SBUS connection for an existing transmitter.
Point is I can't figure out what kind of transmitter I have, so don't know where to pay attention to when buying a SBUS receiver.
I only know it is a 2.4Ghz

It is a 3 channel transmitter delivered with the "ShengQi 30cc 1/5th Petrol RC Monster Truck - HUMMER" ( +- year 2008 )
I can't post pictures for the moment as I didn't reach yet my first 10 posts.

Would like to buy f.e. the
RadioLink R6DS 2.4G 6CH DSSS & FHSS RC Receiver for RadioLink AT9 AT9S AT10 Transmitter Support SBUS PPM PWM
or
Radiolink RC Parts R8EF 8 Channel SBUS PWM PPM Receiver Accessory for T8FB RC4GS RC Transmitter Remote Control
( as these are nice priced )

Someone a idea if these would be compatible with each other ?

Thanks for any/all reply !

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Old 09-04-2021, 04:19 AM
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I could find the transmitter is a "Utaba-OEM"

Is there somewhere a good overview on the different 2;4G transmitter protocols in use ?
Do manufacturers each use there own protocol or are there already general used protocols ?

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Old 09-04-2021, 04:35 AM
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You're probably out of luck. There are many variations, especially with products from China, and none work with each other.
.Here's one link to a group that is working on a module for advanced radios to be able to control many different brands of receivers. Not applicable for your transmitter, but reading about all the different protocols may give you clues about what brand will work with yours.
https://www.multi-module.org/
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