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PostPosted: Tue 08. Dec 2020 23:43:43 
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awesome! I hope they are helpful and that it's possible to implement support for this :)


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PostPosted: Wed 09. Dec 2020 8:09:57 
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Which radio do you use?

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PostPosted: Wed 09. Dec 2020 8:24:04 
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In my case it is a radiomaster tx16s with the new TBS tracer transmitter module. I have another one tx16s left for borrow you if you want.(with tracer tx module, have same protocol like crossfire)

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PostPosted: Thu 10. Dec 2020 0:53:40 
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ZeXx86 wrote:
Which radio do you use?


I will be using a Frsky Taranis x9d with a crossfire tx module but I'm prolly switching to radiomaster tx16s like Loetefix in not to distant future. I'd be happy to beta test.


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PostPosted: Thu 10. Dec 2020 1:15:12 
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Loetefix wrote:
In my case it is a radiomaster tx16s with the new TBS tracer transmitter module. I have another one tx16s left for borrow you if you want.(with tracer tx module, have same protocol like crossfire)

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Hi,

Tracer uses crsf v2 or crsfshot?
It is completely different hardware and frequency 900mhz vs 2.4ghz.

Many people endorsed Radiomaster TX16S which I also have one.

Crossfire TX is relatively slow but stable. Tracer seem to have issues of connection lost currently.

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PostPosted: Thu 10. Dec 2020 8:17:06 
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RedJacket wrote:
Loetefix wrote:
In my case it is a radiomaster tx16s with the new TBS tracer transmitter module. I have another one tx16s left for borrow you if you want.(with tracer tx module, have same protocol like crossfire)

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Hi,

Tracer uses crsf v2 or crsfshot?
It is completely different hardware and frequency 900mhz vs 2.4ghz.

Many people endorsed Radiomaster TX16S which I also have one.

Crossfire TX is relatively slow but stable. Tracer seem to have issues of connection lost currently.

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I think for communication between receiver and flightcontrol it doesn't matter. The crsf shot is the communication between radio and TX module i think. At the moment there are some problems of connection lost thats right. But only on farer distance. And for me with max 300 meters distance it doesn't matter.

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PostPosted: Thu 10. Dec 2020 9:14:06 
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Loetefix wrote:
RedJacket wrote:
Loetefix wrote:
In my case it is a radiomaster tx16s with the new TBS tracer transmitter module. I have another one tx16s left for borrow you if you want.(with tracer tx module, have same protocol like crossfire)

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Hi,

Tracer uses crsf v2 or crsfshot?
It is completely different hardware and frequency 900mhz vs 2.4ghz.

Many people endorsed Radiomaster TX16S which I also have one.

Crossfire TX is relatively slow but stable. Tracer seem to have issues of connection lost currently.

Sent from my SM-N986N using Tapatalk
I think for communication between receiver and flightcontrol it doesn't matter. The crsf shot is the communication between radio and TX module i think. At the moment there are some problems of connection lost thats right. But only on farer distance. And for me with max 300 meters distance it doesn't matter.

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Hi,

I've checked the setting with betaflight and it is using crsf serial. So I think you are right. Let's see how it will turn out.



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PostPosted: Mon 04. Jan 2021 0:30:22 
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ZeXx86 wrote:
Thank you very much!

We have contacted them now.


How did it turn out?


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PostPosted: Fri 08. Jan 2021 9:18:12 
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This would be a killer feature! and probably sell extra spirit units
I really hope it will be developed so I can ditch frsky


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PostPosted: Fri 08. Jan 2021 9:29:35 
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Hi,

we are progressing, but there are more radios that can use crossfire protocol. It is likely the result will be very same as with FrSky radios as it is supported by OpenTX.
What radio do you think is the most common among crossfire users?

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