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In this category you will find from basic Remote Controllers (Transmitters) to professional ones.

Transmitters are used for wide range of RC products. From cars, boats, airplanes to drones.

RC Controllers can be categorized by radio protocols, number of channels, modes, frequency and other many other features.

Remote controllers and transmitters for quadcopter drones

The control range is highly depended by the broadcast power of the remote controller.

FPV remote controllers are suitable to display the drone’s live video feed.

RadioMaster Zorro: First ELRS enabled transmitter

RadioMaster Zorro
The upcoming RadioMaster Zorro follows a similar gamepad style design as the Jumper T-Pro, but with a much bigger status screen and replaceable rubber grips. The Zorro radio series was announced with four types of built-in TX modules: CC2500, 4in1, ELRS, or CC2500+TBS Nano. On the front panel, it has two adjustable hall gimbals, a metal roller, and 6 control...

Coming soon: Jumper T-Pro drone remote controller

Jumper T-Pro
Jumper-RC is about to release a new gamepad-style drone transmitter named T-Pro. In the teaser photos, you can see that its design is clearly inspired by TBS Tango 2 controller. In addition to the built-in 4-in-1 transmission module, the Jumper T-Pro has an ELRS Nano / TBS CRSF Nano compatible module extension bay on the back. It will be natively...

BetaFPV ELRS Micro TX Module (for JR/SLIM bay)

BetaFPV ELRS Micro TX
While the ELRS Nano TX Module was designed for transmitters with 'Lite' bay such as Frsky Taranis X-Lite, Taranis X9D Lite, TBS Tango 2, or Jumper T-lite, the new ELRS Micro TX Module is for larger controllers with JR/SLIM bay (e.g. Frsky Taranis X9D or TBS Mambo). The ELRS Micro TX module is based on the ExpressLRS project, an open-source...

LDARC EX8 review: FrSky transmitter for cheap

LDARC EX8 review
Last month, LDARC, formally known as Kingkong, announced their third beginner-oriented drone transmitter named EX8. Being compatible only with Futaba & FrSky receivers, without any future upgrade capability, I think they joined late to the game, as everyone moves to ExpressLRS these days. My LDARC EX8 review covers technical specifications, features, and initial settings. The LDARC EX8 features 8 channels...

LDARC EX8 transmitter: S-FHSS D16EU & D16 Non EU

Photo of LDARC EX8
The LDARC EX8 transmitter adopts a similar game-pad style design as the popular Jumper T-Lite. As its name says, it can be configured with up to 8 channels and supports FrSky S-FHSS D16EU and D16 Non-EU radio receivers. In addition to the two joysticks, on the front panel, it has a 128x64 status LCD and a cool RGB dial button....

Skydroid H12 FPV transmitter (5-30KM range)

Photo of Skydroid H12 RC
Similar to FLYSKY Paladin PL18, the Skydroid H12 transmitter is designed for industrial RC machines such as agricultural drones. It comes with a large, 5.5" Full HD (1920x1080) screen and a high-capacity battery. According to the advertised specs, the built-in 10000mAh battery allows up to 20hours of continuous usage. The Skydroid radio ecosystem includes the H12 transmitter, R12 radio receiver,...

FLYSKY Paladin PL18: Pro grade drone transmitter

Photo of FLYSKY PALADIN PL18 RC
The FLYSKY Paladin EV PL18 is a professional-grade transmitter dedicated to all kinds of remote-controlled machines. For the first time, fixed-wing, gliders, helicopters, FPV, multi-copters, and construction vehicles are all supported in one radio.  Its new 5D high-precision hall gimbals are easy to set up for or right-handed users and feature adjustable spring tension, as well as adjustments for dampening...

Eachine TX16S transmitter (RadioMaster TX16S clone)

Photo of Eachine TX16S remote controller
From the first rumored images was obvious that the Eachine TX16S is a RadioMaster TX16S clone. I adopt an almost identical design and a similar set of features. Both run OpenTX firmware, has 16CH transmission channels, and are equipped with pro-grade Hall Sensor Gimbals. The Eachine TX16S remote controller is powered by two pieces of 18650 batteries. You can also...

iFlight iF8 multi-protocol FPV drone controller

Photo of iFlight iF8 remote controller
Similar to the Jumper T-Lite, the iFlight iF8 also adopts the CC2500 Multi-protocol RF chip. The remote controller is compatible with both, US and Europe RF regulations. Following the included instructions you toggle between FCC and LBT modes. The front panel is very clean, besides the two control sticks and power switch, there are only 5 status LEDs. It has...

Jumper T-Lite review – Is It Worth The Money?

Jumper T-Lite review
First rumors about Jumper T-Lite transmitter appeared in December 2020. The FPV community has long wanted such a compact and versatile drone controller. Our Jumper T-Lite review covers unboxing, controls, compatibility, user experience, and rivals. In addition to the cool gamepad style design, T-Lite's beauty is that it runs OpenTX firmware, which is the most popular operating system for radios....

RadioMaster T8 and T8 Pro transmitters

Photo of RadioMaster T8 Pro and T8 remote controllers
Similar to the Jumper T-Lite, the new RadioMaster T8 transmitter also features a game-controller style design and it is available with two types of RF modules. While the T8 Pro comes with CC2500 Multi-Protocol module and HALL Sensor gimbals, the cheaper T8 Lite with FrSky compatible single-chip RF module and potentiometer sensor gimbals. Another difference between these two remote...