Are there any preferences does any get better response than others ?
I guess 40Mhz would be optimum
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Seen loads of 35 Mhz radios about whats the verdict on thesedavid f wrote:(I am not sure which country you are from, so I will assume the UK.)
So 40Mhz and 27Mhz are the only legal choices. 2.4Ghz is no good for submarines.
27Mhz - should have a technical edge (transmitting through water) but you will probably not be able to get equipment with enough channels.
So, sadly, we are now boxed into second hand 40Mhz equipment - a problem for our hobby.
My personal favourites are Futaba transmitters and Schultze (good if you can get them) or Futaba dual conversion receivers.
I know that others have their own preferences so over to them!
Polycell wrote:Thanks I knew that 35Mhz were not allowed but didn't know why.
I live in the UK
Yes thanks I realised that!willte wrote:Polycell wrote:Thanks I knew that 35Mhz were not allowed but didn't know why.
I live in the UK
SAFTY 35mhz is for aircraft only and 40 MHz for land or water only you would not like to fly an air craft and some one sailing a boat with the same MHz if the air craft went out of control it can cause damage or death where the boat cant
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