P4 RX/TX Which is which on RC?

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Will someone make a post telling which is which, (RX/TX) on the RC of P4 please? I have ran across it but cannot find it now. Would also love to know which is which on the bird as well. I've read they're diagonal, but do not know which.

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I'm not exactly sure what you are asking?
But I'll make a blind attempt!

Rx = RECEIVER ( receiver is usually mounted on ( vehicle ) bird in this case.

Tx = TRANSMITTER ( usually your controller ( r/c ) or Tx.

Bird is also known as A/C ( aircraft )
M/c ( main controller ) or F/C ( flight controller ) is your onboard flight control.
IMU = Inertial Measurement Unit ( this takes averages from your ( Gyroscope ) ( Accelerometer ), and ( Compass ) creating a MOD value.
Mod = Moduus ( another term for ABSOLUTE value )

Added:
Gyroscope = controls any and all SPINNING MOTION ( Yaw )
Accellerometer = controls any STRAIGHT LINE motion ( fwd, rev, left, right, up, down )
Compass = controls where you are on MAGNETIC earth.

Hope this helps.
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I'm not exactly sure what you are asking?
But I'll make a blind attempt!

Rx = RECEIVER ( receiver is usually mounted on ( vehicle ) bird in this case.

Tx = TRANSMITTER ( usually your controller ( r/c ) or Tx.

Bird is also known as A/C ( aircraft )
M/c ( main controller ) or F/C ( flight controller ) is your onboard flight control.
IMU = Inertial Measurement Unit ( this takes averages from your ( Gyroscope ) ( Accelerometer ), and ( Compass ) creating a MOD value.
Mod = Moduus ( another term for ABSOLUTE value )

Added:
Gyroscope = controls any and all SPINNING MOTION ( Yaw )
Accellerometer = controls any STRAIGHT LINE motion ( fwd, rev, left, right, up, down )
Compass = controls where you are on MAGNETIC earth.

Hope this helps.
Take care
J Dot
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Very good at trying to answer. Thanx for taking all the time. My question is, if your holding the remote like your flying, would say like RX be the left or right antenna? And, if the bird camera is facing you, which leg is RX, which is TX? Sorry I didn't explain better.

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Reason for asking.. if I wanted to amp just the RX side.. which side is RX? I know it's the receive side, (before smarties like myself chime in..lol) but is it left or right? Holding the remote like flying. I was thinking one antenna transmits (TX to the bird, control) and the other received. (RX, vid from bird to remote) If I'm wrong, by all means,.. I want to know!

As far as the bird itself, I'd just like to know which is in which leg. I'll mark it for future mods.

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Ah,
Understood, sorry, lol
Honestly, I have no idea, but i talked to a friend, who knows, but holiday cheer has him disoriented at the moment, lol ( party )
But he is going to call me tomorrow, he did say Tx left was video, right was Tx, but like I said Jim beam has him feeling good, so I'll let you know 100% tomorrow, if no one else replies first.

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Sorry
I've been busy, and have not had the time to locate answer for you.
But here, call this guy
He will know.

Mike
530-277-5366
California ( be courteous of time differences )

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I believe on the inside of rc, the mmcx to the right is video side

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