Transmitter Archive

List of ExpressLRS hardware – Transmitters and Receivers

This is the list of the ExpressLRS hardware – receivers and transmitters. You can find the

Review: BetaFPV ExpressLRS 2.4GHz system

ExpressLRS is the first Open Source radio control system that became so popular. BetaFPV is also

Guide: Updating the multiprotocol module firmware

What is Multi Protocol Module? The Multiprotocol Module is a radio transmitter module which enables the radio transmitter

Radioking TX18S – the king or the clown of the radios?

Another radio appeared in the market. This time it is called RadioKing TX18S (notice the similarity

TBS Crossfire Micro version 2 TX

TBS has upgraded one of their most popular products Crossfire Micro Transmitter module to version 2.

Jumper T18 radio with JP5in1 module

Jumper has released their newest radio Jumper T18. The radio is based on Jumper T16 Hall V2

Flysky FRM302 AFHDS3 Long Range system

Flysky has released FRM302 external transmitter module with a new AFHDS3 protocol. Most interesting features are extremely

RadioMaster TX16S radio – another Jumper T16

Hobby Porter has announced new radio controller RadioMaster TX16S. It’s their version of the famous Jumper T16. Hobby

Review: HGLRC MT & MT Mini VTX

HGLRC Forward MT & MT Mini are the newest FPV video transmitters from the HGLRC company.

Guide: Fixing the OpenTX SD Card warning

If you have OpenTX radio, then you definitely would like to have SD Card installed, enabling

Guide: How to update OpenTX firmware

OpenTX is the most popular RC radio transmitter firmware in the world. It is constantly changing

Jumper T12 Pro with internal module and hall gimbals

Jumper has released the T12 Pro radio transmitter. It is upgraded Jumper T12 (read the review of

Weekly news & new products: Week 7

Weekly news. This is compilation of the new products, news and other interesting events in the

OpenTX Radio not working in simulator issue fix

The issue with the OpenTX Radios not working as Joystick controller while connected via USB  One