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Jumper t8sg range

FDS

Well-known member
#3
Range depends a lot on terrain and the receiver/aerial combo you have going. 2.4ghz waves don’t travel super far, their short wavelength limits the maximum range, that’s why things like the TBS crossfire use lower frequencies at higher power output, which can require a ham licence to operate.
Also you shouldn’t be flying outside of visual range, in many countries that is illegal.
 

Brett_N

Well-known member
#5
Considerably longer than the others. But as pointed out environmental factors play a huge part.

Direct Line Of Sight any of these radios should be good for 1.5Km - scratch that - 1.5 to 3 MILES. Anything with wood, water, dirt or metal in between reduces that significantly.

The radio in the Jumpers are configurable for output up to 600mA - this is 6x the output power of the others.

"technically" you "should" have a "special" license to use anything above 100mA and this power level can be changed per model ;) (it's called TX Power if i remember correctly.)

Either way - direct line of sight - my eyes can't see my planes THAT far out