We do not operate a pegboard any longer due to 2.4GHz being the predominant choice of frequency. Therefore, you MUST communicate with other members if you are using 35MHz or 27MHz.
Due to the proximity of another club to the Hanbury site, we have agreed to split the 35MHz channel use between us at this location. Also we have been informed that a local resident intends to fly from his property using channel 66, so that is also prohibited at Hanbury.
35MHz users should display an orange pennant/ribbon on their Tx. Please either attach your frequency peg to your Tx or display it clearly in the pits by your flight box or toolbox.
|Hanbury||61 – 79||55 – 60, 66, 80 – 90|
|Rushwick||55 – 90||–|
While this band is permitted, it is not recommended because of its susceptibility to interference. Please don’t use it for anything other than lightweight and foam models.
This band is allocated by Ofcom purely for land and water based craft. It must not be used at any of our sites.
2.4GHz is what the huge majority of our members use.