[NSRCA-discussion] No telemetry rule & new radio systems

trexlesh@msn.com trexlesh at msn.com
Fri Nov 18 14:21:41 AKST 2011

That reasoning is logical.... :-)

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From: atwooddon at aol.com
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Subject: [NSRCA-discussion] No telemetry rule & new radio systems
Date: Fri, Nov 18, 2011 4:01 pm
Peter, logically your idea makes sense..... but then again logic and common sense seem to elude committees sometimes.  


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From: Peter Vogel <vogel.peter at gmail.com>

To: nsrca-discussion <nsrca-discussion at lists.nsrca.org>

Sent: Fri, Nov 18, 2011 2:20 pm

Subject: [NSRCA-discussion] No telemetry rule & new radio systems

I was just reading RCM&E (one of my favorite magazines) and noticed that the 
latest systems from Graupner and Hitec have telemetry built-in to all RX's, I 
suspect the others aren't far behind.  With the current rule against any form of 
downlink from the aircraft, it seems the newer systems will be out of reach to 
those competing in pattern aerobatics.  I'm just in sportsman, any thought to 
relaxing the rule to restricting telemetry that might actually be an advantage 
in competition as opposed to things that can save an airframe like battery 
voltage data?


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