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Looking for a benchmark/database for radios.

Skubaben

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I been trying to gather good overview over diffrent radio benchmark over latancy and range tests.
Is there a up to date overview over something like that?
I tried to searching around but only found old benchmarks with only a fue radios.

https://github.com/condac/RCRadioBenchmark/wiki

Or maby u know the range and delay on your radio? And list it here would be nice
Futaba
Sanwa
Ko propo
Spektrum
Hitec
 
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evssv

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U'd thk there would b a data base like this with all the different tx/rx's out there ....:unsure:...even jus a range comparison is the main thing people wanna know.....(y)
 

Skubaben

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U'd thk there would b a data base like this with all the different tx/rx's out there ....:unsure:...even jus a range comparison is the main thing people wanna know.....(y)
Yeah would been useful for sure
 

Skubaben

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Is there any one who have experiance with :

Futaba 4PK
Futaba 4PV -T
Sanwa MT-44
Sanwa MT-4s
Sanwa MT-S
Sanwa M12 and M12 s
Hitech lynx s4
Spektrum DX5 pro, DX5R And DX5C
KO Propo EX-RR and Ex-2

Any one have extra info abut these? Which one would you choose and why?
 
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Skubaben

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To bad thay are mid/low end once. But still intresting
Expect the futaba
 

Skubaben

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Found some intresting info abut sanwa
  • Sanwa MT-4 (Normal Mode): 90Hz / 11.1ms
  • Sanwa MT-4 (SHR Mode): 192Hz / 5.2ms
  • Sanwa MT-4 (SSR Mode - Narrow Pulse): 191Hz / 5.2ms
  • Sanwa MT-4S (FH4T Normal Mode): 93Hz / 10.8ms
  • Sanwa MT-4S (FH4T SHR Mode): 383Hz / 2.6ms
  • Sanwa MT-4S (FH4T SSR Mode - Narrow Pulse): 383Hz / 2.6ms
  • Sanwa MT-4S (FH3 Normal Mode): 110Hz / 9.1ms
  • Sanwa MT-4S (FH3 SHR Mode): 332Hz / 3.0ms
  • Sanwa MT-S (FH4T Normal Mode): 95Hz / 10.5ms
  • Sanwa MT-S (FH4T SHR Mode): 384Hz / 2.6ms
  • Sanwa MT-S (FH4T SSR Mode - Narrow Pulse): 191Hz / 5.2ms
  • Sanwa MT-S (FH3 Normal Mode): 83Hz / 12.0ms
  • Sanwa MT-S (FH3 SHR Mode): 332Hz / 3.0ms
  • Sanwa MT-44 (FH4T Normal Mode): 95Hz / 10.5ms
  • Sanwa MT-44 (FH4T SHR Mode): 383Hz / 2.6ms
  • Sanwa MT-44 (FH4T SSR Mode - Narrow Pulse): 383Hz / 2.6ms
  • Sanwa MT-44 (FH3 Normal Mode): 83Hz / 12.0ms
  • Sanwa MT-44 (FH3 SHR Mode): 332Hz / 3.0ms
  • Sanwa M12S (FH4T Normal Mode): 95Hz / 10.5ms
  • Sanwa M12S (FH4T SHR Mode): 383Hz / 2.6ms
  • Sanwa M12S (FH4T SSR Mode - Narrow Pulse): 383Hz / 2.6ms
  • Sanwa M12S (FH3 Normal Mode): 110Hz / 9.1ms
  • Sanwa M12S (FH3 SHR Mode): 332Hz / 3.0ms
https://www.rctech.net/forum/radio-electronics/965304-new-sanwa-mt-44-4-channel-2-4ghz-radio-system-6.html (source)

I wounder if range is the same
 

Seandonato73

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I run both spektrum and futaba. Spektrum for my air rc and futaba for my land and water rc with one exception I have my axial on a jail broke flysky. The futaba wins for range over the flysky by a long shot but you normally don't get too far away from your crawler. Never lost a bird due to range issues. Just my 2 cents
 

LibertyMKiii

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Futaba is going to win here in all categories. There is allot of guys that run Spektrum who race but typically at a track you are always in close range.
FlySky has a really nice new 4ch radio called the Noble that I really like.

-Liberty
 
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