I would like to use my FSi6 transmitter but not the receiver that comes with it (I´m trying to save weight), for that I was planning to get one of this NRF24L01 breakout boards. The problem is, how do you interpret the incoming traffic? After some googling, I couldn´t find any information from flysky.

I would think that this is a common thing to do, as you could pair the transmitter with another receiver (perhaps other brand) so there must be a standard protocol.

Any ideas? Thanks!

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    why do you think that the FSi6 can communicate with the NRF24L01? – jsotola Jul 30 '19 at 19:22
  • I expect that as both use 2.4 it would be possible, I´ve been doing some more research an apparently fs uses AFHDS 2A kind of receives, so I think I was completely wrong assuming any receiver could speak with my i6... – Nacho Jul 30 '19 at 19:40

Unless the FSi6 (whatever that is) uses an nRF27L01+ as its transmitter, then no - you can't.

The nRF24L01+ chip will only communicate with other nRF24L01+ chips. It contains its own custom protocol within the chip and it can only talk that protocol and no others.

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