Model Airplane News - - RADIO REVIEW -

Graup­ner’s unique HoTT pro­to­col sup­ports real-time bidi­rec­tional data trans­mis­sion with­out us­ing ex­ter­nal de­vices and is suit­able for any type of air­craft. You get re­al­time info that mon­i­tors re­ceiver voltage, re­ceiver tem­per­a­ture, and sig­nal strength. The re­ceiver uses up to 75 chan­nels of hop­ping for ex­cel­lent re­li­a­bil­ity and stray-sig­nal in­ter­fer­ence. The broad voltage range of 3.6 to 8.4 volts means you’ll never have a brownout, es­pe­cially since you can pro­gram warn­ing thresh­olds. Other HoTT re­ceivers sport the same fea­tures, and ad­di­tional mod­ules are also avail­able. Even bet­ter, they are af­ford­able— the 12-chan­nel re­ceiver is only $79.90!

The dual-an­tenna GR-24 2.4GHz re­ceiver comes with the ra­dio sys­tem.

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