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Old 01-10-2010, 09:12 AM   #11
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Re: Interference with a Spektrum AR6110

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Originally Posted by CF-NRV View Post
Just a thought.........aileron controls reversed............has happened more than one person before!!!
lol, I've been guilty of it myself in the past... but no, I doubled checked att he house, at the field and just before rolled out...
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Re: Interference with a Spektrum AR6110

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Hey all,

Trying to narrow down causes of a crash... Can a fibreglass fuse cause interference with a AR6110?

Plane took off on maiden flight and kept banking hard left... I have HS82MG's in the wings, new ones. Its a CMP Extra 330L, finally put her in a tree and took an hour to get her out lol..

Carbon Fiber Fuse WILL interfere with a radio signal. Not so much to cause "interfernce" but will "shadow" the reciever that is on the other side of the fuselage when it is line-of-sight with the TX.

I noted this when My helicopter would glitch in the same spot. EVERY time. relative to me.

At first I thought it was RF interfernce, but when I repeated the flight in the same position , I got hit at the same spot. when I landed, I looked at the postion of the RX's relative the the "hit" position as I had remembered it and both antennas on shadowed side of the CF fuse. Moved one RX and problem went away.

I do know that 2.4 RX's buried inside CF fuselages are also troublesome, becasue the whole fuselage acts as an RF sheild. Spektrum makes a CF 2.4 reciever, it comes with a longer antenna that you poke through a hole in your fuselage.
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Re: Interference with a Spektrum AR6110

so I guess he should be ok with his fiberglass fuse ,he has no carbon fiber ??
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