ronw wrote:What do you make of the comments that JR may provide tools to upgrade DSM2 to DSMJ in the UK. Unless I completely misread the posts.
RCModelReviews wrote:DSM2 is reliant on devices that don't work well at low voltages and have been "repurposed" from their original job of providing very short-range data-links for things like wireless mice, keyboards etc. To maintain backwards compatibility would effectively be like trying to build cars with iron wheels so they could still use the railway tracks as well as the roads. As we can easily see -- doing that would severely compromise their road-handling and effectively negate much of the benefits that were to be gained from the shift away from railway to freeway.
To the best of my knowledge, nobody else is using the Cypress chips that Spektrum/JR have been using -- they're certainly *not* the best tool for the job.
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