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Old 03-18-2007, 04:27 PM
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I was wondering if the current 2.4 GHZ systems are compatible. As in, the Futaba would work with Nomadio and Spectrum recievers and vice-versa.
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Old 03-18-2007, 09:33 PM
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Futaba and Nomadio both use frequency hopping (changes channels many times per second in a pseudo-random order), and the Spektrum system uses direct sequence (stays on one channel for the duration that the transmitter is on). But, I read somewhere on the Nomadio site that the Nomadio Sensor has a DSM mode (they jokingly call it "Da Slow Mode") that is supposed to make is compatible with the Spektrum receivers. Not sure about the React, but I imagine that it would be, too. The Futaba is *not* compatible with the Spektrum receivers, and vice versa. The Nomadio system (as far as I know) isn't compatible with the Futaba system, even though they are both frequency hopping radios.
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Old 03-18-2007, 09:43 PM
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it could work, but who knows..... id just stick to what it supposed to work with.... imo id do speckrum, just for the tuny rx, and u can get a lap timer thing lol i forget what its called, and all.... but thats for more cheao ppl like me hehe, if u have money u have teh 500 doller stuff
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Old 03-19-2007, 05:21 AM
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i have a nomadio sensor, and I'm pretty sure that it wont work with any other system, it is by far and away the best radio I have ever had, and will not be changing anytime soon.

never had a glitch, real time battery voltage, speed, motor temp displayed on screen, laptiming (havnt worked this one out yet)

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I have the Nomadio as well. You can switch modes to work with the spectrum system. You have to do it through the laptop and I haven't tired it yet. If I ever go LiPo the volt sensor will be nice and I hear they are coming out with a smaller reciever. I believe the reacts software was just updated to work with the spectrum as well. RCSteve93 I believe someone at you track uses the nomadio you could ask them all the details about it.
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Originally Posted by Kregger
I have the Nomadio as well. You can switch modes to work with the spectrum system. You have to do it through the laptop and I haven't tired it yet. If I ever go LiPo the volt sensor will be nice and I hear they are coming out with a smaller reciever. I believe the reacts software was just updated to work with the spectrum as well. RCSteve93 I believe someone at you track uses the nomadio you could ask them all the details about it.
Thanks. There is a Nomadio user at my track, who is on the 007 Team. He did use his Nomadio with a Spektrum reciver and it got me thinking if the Futaba and Airtronics(coming soon) could be also compatible.
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You can definitely use DSM with Nomadio.
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