|View single post by davecttr|
|Posted: Fri Oct 5th, 2018 11:49 am||
DSMX is the true evolution from DSM2 and this system is backward and forward compatible to DSM2. Any DSM2 receiver works with a DSMX transmitter and any DSM2 transmitter works with a DSMX receiver. So it is just the choice of channels that makes the difference.
I am still confused.
As I understand it a DSM2 transmitter when switched on chooses 2 frequencies within the 2.4 Ghz band and can hop between these frequencies.
When a Rx bound to that transmitter switches on it receives and uses those frequencies as part of the handshake data package that the Tx is transmitting?
A DSMX Tx uses many more frequencies which it cycles through in a semi random manner and a Rx bound to it follows the 'random' sequence given to it by the Rx?
My question is, does a Deltang Rx which is DSMX compatible use that multiple 'random' frequency hopping and timing if bound to a DSMX transmitter and benefits from the enhanced signal security that DSMX offers?
Or does it just take 2 frequencies and use those?
Sorry about being so stupid