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Futaba 10C radio hacked to accept a Spektrum DSM module

Posted on Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 in hacks by DP

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Futaba 10C radio hacked to accept a Spektrum DSM module:

Tom from Damage Designs has Hacked his Futaba 10C Radio to accept a Spektrum DSM Module. Turns out these were not designed to function together but with a bit of effort Tom got them to work just fine. The actual protocol seems to be the same between the Futaba Transmitter and the Spektrum DSM2 Module but the sequence of commands is not consistent.

Via Hacked Gadgets.

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