| You're totally incorrect! A good radio shouldn't be bothered by any
| sort of outside intererence and that includes the odd situation
| described by the original poster. My Futaba 9C never glitches, and
| the same can be said for my el cheapo Air VG400.
I've asked before, and never got a response ...
What are you smoking, and why aren't you sharing?
My 9C doesn't glitch, as it's a transmitter and transmitters don't
glitch, but the servos connected to the receiver certainly will if
there's interference (assuming it's not a PCM receiver, or one of the
new receivers with DSPs.)
If you have a radio setup that isn't bothered by intereference, then
you need to get that stuff down to Area 51 immediately -- it must be
alien technology or magic or something. Because over here in the real
world, our radio systems _are_
`bothered' by interference. A PCM or
DSP receiver may mask the interference, but it's certainly still
there, keeping your controls from doing what you tell them to.
Or, maybe you just live somewhere that doesn't have much interference.
If so, must be nice. But don't try and pretend that the rest of the
world is like that.
Doug McLaren, email@example.com
"Bother," said Pooh as he tried on his new Rooskin coat.
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