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  • ADMIRAL RECEIVERS & SATELLITES

    Hello to everyones The Admiral 6-ch has the same range capacity as the 10 ch or is only a question on having 4 more channels ? I have an old SPEKTRUM DX8i transmitter and just order the AL 37 AIRLINER ...I would like to fit the Admiral receiver with telemetry and a Admiral satellite.Thank you !

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    Yes. Satellites are mainly for better receiver reception through the aircraft structure. Which I guess in a way translates to "range". I use Spektrum radios with "Spektrum", "Yellow" and "Admiral" receivers and have not noticed any difference in my foam airplanes and EDF's. If I have a receiver installation that is behind a battery, or between the battery and motor, or other metal parts I add a satellite outside this area. So, if you are worried about "reception", choose a receiver not based on channels but on if you can add one or more satellites.
    As for range, I only fly as far as I can tell which way the airplane is going and I'm sure the range on all these receivers is considerably further than that. I would imagine the AL37 would be just a dot at less than 1/2 mile in ideal conditions.
    This is my opinion.

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      The Admirals are all I use, I probably have have over 60 of them and I use the sats as the primary receiver in all my helicopters.
      TiredIron Aviation
      Tired Iron Military Vehicles

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Beeg View Post
        Yes. Satellites are mainly for better receiver reception through the aircraft structure. Which I guess in a way translates to "range". I use Spektrum radios with "Spektrum", "Yellow" and "Admiral" receivers and have not noticed any difference in my foam airplanes and EDF's. If I have a receiver installation that is behind a battery, or between the battery and motor, or other metal parts I add a satellite outside this area. So, if you are worried about "reception", choose a receiver not based on channels but on if you can add one or more satellites.
        As for range, I only fly as far as I can tell which way the airplane is going and I'm sure the range on all these receivers is considerably further than that. I would imagine the AL37 would be just a dot at less than 1/2 mile in ideal conditions.
        This is my opinion.
        Ok thank you is the one with telemetry is it worth or a 6 ch or better a 10 ch plus a satellite will be more than enough ? 10 channel has a better range than a 6ch or are the same in range ?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TiredIronGRB View Post
          The Admirals are all I use, I probably have have over 60 of them and I use the sats as the primary receiver in all my helicopters.
          Ok thank you !

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