JR Radio R955 10CH S-PCM Receiver JRPR955
This is the JR Radio R955 10CH S-PCM Receiver.
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This is the JR Radio R955 10CH S-PCM Receiver. JR's successor to the R-950, the R-955--features SMT (Surface Mount Technology) circuitry for improved reliability and reduces the receiver's overall size. The R-955 is available now and will eventually replace the R-950 as the standard receiver that comes with JR's PCM 10X system.
JR has a unique signal processing system called ABC&W. ABC&W stands for Automatic Blocking Circuit with Window. ABC&W systems have distinct advantages over single or dual conversion receivers. ABC&W systems create a very small electronic window that looks for the specific frequency that the receivers crystal is on. Any signal that is off spec for this window is rejected, and then the allowed signal is cleaned up, amplified, and re-routed through the window many, many times till all that is left is the pure signal on the channel that is coming from your transmitter and then sent on to the servos. This all takes place without any noticeable delay of response from your stick movement to the servo. This technology is the reason that JR can produce single conversion receivers that have fewer components and weigh less than other single and dual conversion receivers without the worry about outside interference.
Specifications for JR Radio R955 10CH S-PCM Receiver JRPR955
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Type: Single PCM-ABC&W Technology
# of Channels: 10 Channels
Length: 1.50 in
Width: 2.10 in
Height: 0.82 in
Weight: 1.6 oz
Antenna Length: 39 inches for Aircraft
- 10 Channel
- ABC and W Circuitry
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Do you have this receiver in 50/53mhz?
Unfortunately this one is on clearance and is the only one left. We do not have any in 50 or 53 MHz.