• Description


In the first years of the new millennium, remote control technology with 2.4 GHz has undergone a revolution. After the frequencies in the two-digit MHz range have been state-of-the-art for many years, the remote controls have conquered the band between 2.4 and 2.48 GHz. Besides the basics and characteristics of 2.4 GHz radio waves, our author, Prof. Dr. Roland Büchi, also teaches the practical aspects: the optimal alignment of antennas in model construction, the correct arrangement of components in the model, the programming and configuration of remote controls and the avoidance and elimination of interference.

From the contents:
  • Introduction to wireless transmission technology
  • The components of a remote control
  • Features of the 2.4 GHz remote controls
  • antennas and their optimal alignment
  • Polarization, antenna pattern and antenna gain
  • Use of diversity systems in 2.4 GHz remote controls
  • Modulation and transmission modes
  • Standards and laws on 2.4 GHz technology
  • User interfaces and programming
  • stick, steering wheel, rotary encoder, switch and button
  • Servo trim, reversal and travel adjustment
  • Dual Rate, Expo and more features
  • The teacher/student business
  • Programming of a microprocessor at the receiver
  • Telemetry - bidirectional communication
  • Installation and commissioning of the RC system
  • Interference suppression of components

Box Contents

112 pages, Author: Prof. Dr. Roland Büchi


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