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Old 11-07-2010, 08:25 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Can someone please explain how the protocol for Spektrum 2048 resolution works? From what I understand, it operates in 1024-native and then sends the extra bit in a separate package with each signal to complete the 11-bit resolution (2048). Is this correct? If the 1024-native signal is not being corrupted, why is the additional package having issues? Have the Spektrum and JR receivers been secretly chopping off the 11th-bit if it arrives corrupted, which seems the VBAR system is not doing, so most of us have been truly flying 1024 resolution the majority of the time without knowing it?

I'm just curious as to the theory of the issue, although I'm confident I can't tell the difference between 1024 and 2048-resolution, it's definitely overkill based on the application in my opinion.
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