What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

Post by carte » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 01:07:04

What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?
 
 
 

What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

Post by bulletsnbrain » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 03:46:55


Why would you want to know these? They have no voice.

I ask only because, it's all too easy to sabotage or "shoot'em down" by
transmitting.   The freqs are public and should be easy to find, but maybe
your request should be asked of www.modelaircraft.org

Modelers have many  thousands of dollars invested into some of these planes.
Caution is needed.

I would be happy to answer  questions about the hobby in private email.

My addy is not altered. Just reply.
Brian


Quote:> What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

 
 
 

What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

Post by Jon Greenste » Wed, 10 Sep 2003 11:49:00

>Subject: What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

>Date: 8/31/2003 12:07 PM Eastern Standard Time

>What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

Look at:
http://www.modelaircraft.org/Comp/frequency.htm

Most Clubs require the display of used frequencies at fields and such, can you
guess what would happen if 3 or more people were using the same radio
frequency.

Try a search using:
"RC Frequencies"
to learn more.

 
 
 

What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

Post by bulletsnbrain » Wed, 10 Sep 2003 13:41:35

Hi Jon,

It only takes ONE person in the pit to turn on his transmitter to shoot down
a fellow pilot. If they are on the same freq, it is common courtesy  to wait
till the other pilot is done. Usually a time limit will be set when sharing
freqs. When a pilot arrives at the flying field, he places his AMA card on
the freq board. If you share the same freq, you place it behind the other
pilots.

Brian


> >Subject: What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

> >Date: 8/31/2003 12:07 PM Eastern Standard Time

> >What are the Freqs of remote controlled hobby planes?

> Look at:
> http://www.modelaircraft.org/Comp/frequency.htm

> Most Clubs require the display of used frequencies at fields and such, can
you
> guess what would happen if 3 or more people were using the same radio
> frequency.

> Try a search using:
> "RC Frequencies"
> to learn more.