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The frequency bands for R/C systems are established by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations Specific bands of the radio spectrum are allocated for use by R/C hobbyists, and radio manufacturers have standardized specific frequencies inside these bands for use by hobby radios Channel number in a radio refers to a specific frequency within the allowed range of the frequency band The channel number should not be confused with the number of servo channels the radio set can control Frequency bandwidth allocation varies by country; a radio operating on a legal frequency in the United States will not be legal for use in the United Kingdom, and vice versa
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The 27-MHz radio band is usually used for small R/C toy cars, planes, and tanks This frequency band crosses into the lower channels on the citizens band (CB) radio frequencies, so there is a chance of interference by CB radio operators Both ground and aircraft vehicles are allowed to use the 27-MHz radio frequency band, which is divided into six separate channels The first channel operates on 26995 MHz, and each of the other channels are spaced every 005 MHz Radio sets for the 27-MHz band are available in both amplitude modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM) configurations, and are usually low power and limited to two or three channels Although they can be used for combat robots, this is
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not recommended The antenna on the radio transmitter must have an attached flag indicating the frequency with which they are transmitting The flag colors for channels 1 through 6 are brown, red, orange, yellow, green, and blue, respectively
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This channel band is licensed for use by air or surface models, although it is usually used for R/C airplanes and helicopters The 50-MHz band is divided into 10 frequency channels starting from 50800 MHz and spaced every 020 MHz Although several high-quality radios are available for this band, use of them requires a ham radio amateur license from the FCC Although this band is rarely used for competition, the individual lucky enough to use this channel will be virtually assured of a clear channel, with no other robot builders using the same frequency Two flags must be flying on a 50-MHz radio transmitter antenna: a flag with a number between 00 and 09 to identify the frequency number, along with a black streamer to identify the 50-MHz radio frequency band
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The 72-MHz radio band is reserved by the FCC for aircraft use only In other words, ground vehicles, including combat robots, are not allowed to use this frequency band A total of 50 different channels are available in the 72-MHz radio band with frequencies ranging from 72010 MHz to 72990 MHz, and with each channel number spaced every 0020 MHz The channel numbers range from 11 to 60 The channel identification flags include one with the channel number and a white streamer, attached to the transmitter s antenna For all modern 72-MHz radios, changing the frequency requires changing the frequency crystals The transmitter uses a crystal marked with TX and the receiver s crystal is marked with RX When changing the crystals, they must both have the same radio frequency (More on crystals in the upcoming section Radio Frequency Crystals
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The 75-MHz radio band is reserved by the FCC for ground use only Thirty different channels are available in the 75-MHz radio band with frequencies ranging from 75410 MHz to 75990 MHz, and with each channel number spaced every 0020 MHz The channel numbers range from 61 to 90 The channel identification flags are the ones with the channel number and a red streamer Changing the channel frequency or channel number within the 75-MHz frequency band also requires changing the frequency crystals, as with the 72-MHz radios However, you cannot change a 72-MHz band radio into a 75-MHz band radio by swapping frequency crystals Although the crystals look identical in size
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