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Guyo 
2/3/2005
What are the main R/C frequencies or channel numbers that you are currently using in Amaz?
hisham # 1
2/3/2005
I'm using

JR : 40.710 Mhz
Futaba : 35.080 Mhz

thnx for the thread!
H


Scratch building is my way. !! Dont u just Hate it when a warbird crashes...... A scale model is like a good book. The more you look, the more you discover.
Guyo # 2
2/3/2005
Thanx Hisham!
I'm personnaly using the 72.810 Mhz.
I hope we could gather these information as soon as possible so we could have a complete frequency chart.
I would also encourage pilots to help, by posting other pilots' missing frequencies, only if known.


toto # 3
2/3/2005
i'm actually using two frequencies guys :
72.550
40.985
thnx ...


Toff. Bones
Pete # 4
2/3/2005
Hi Guyo ! I am using 2 different freq. on the 35MHZ :
35.020 chanel 62
35.060 chanel 66



I Dont know what Im Doing but im an Expert at it ! Whether im right or im wrong I'm still the captain!
Pete # 5
2/3/2005
Guyo you should get in touch with Hugue Badawi who should have started such a project , maybe this will help you alot !
Thanks Guyo to think about it !



I Dont know what Im Doing but im an Expert at it ! Whether im right or im wrong I'm still the captain!
Guyo # 6
3/3/2005
Thank you Pete!
You're absolutely right and I already mentioned in the previous thread that Hugo is working on the frequency board which will be available physically on the ground, however, due to the increasing demand for this chart, I have explicitly launched this thread in order to assist Hugo in gathering this information and have it electronically available in the meantime.


hisham # 7
3/3/2005
This is definitely a very important thread,
especially if you are in the precess of getting
a new Radio...


Scratch building is my way. !! Dont u just Hate it when a warbird crashes...... A scale model is like a good book. The more you look, the more you discover.
Guyo # 8
3/3/2005
I'm currently developing the module that will automatically generate a clear view of the frequency chart, based on all pilots' input.
This will definitely be of great assistance to anyone who's willing to get a new radio like you said Hisham, or simply check for frequency conflicts, if any.


Guyo # 9
4/3/2005
Now you may check the Frequency Chart which is automatically updated, depending on pilots' feedback.


Fadlo # 10
5/3/2005
What's up guys? I only have one radio frequency, and that is the 56-72910.

Thnx
Fadlo
zibobman # 11
13/3/2005
mine is 72.930
MHN # 12
18/3/2005
Hello all,

I am on 35.160 Mhz (ch 76)
as well as 40.835 Mhz (ch 83)

Thx Guy B.,

Michel-Henri
akaram # 13
10/5/2005
Hi Guy, me and Joe are on 40.770 (band 77), pls add to the frequency chart.


gmujaber # 14
12/7/2005
Hi Hugo
I am using Futaba 72310 Mhz chanel 26
Thank you





Pattern pilot
ACE Pilot # 15
14/7/2005
A big THX to Hugo for the frequency board he did.
Please use it guys an DO NOT ignore it.


fouad.raphael # 16
17/7/2005
Hi guys!
After 40 years of procrastination, I seem to be getting the bug to get back into RC flying.
I visited the AMAZ airfield a couple of weeks back and I was superbly welcomed by Captain Bourgi (whom I knew from the mid sixties Hi guys!
After 40 years of procrastination, I seem to be getting the bug to get back into RC flying.
I visited the AMAZ airfield a couple of weeks back and I was superbly welcomed by Captain Bourgi (whom I knew from the mid sixties) and met with some of you. Gosh RC flying has come a long way!
I am trying to mail order some hardware, and I wanted to make sure I do not trample anybody's frequencies. I have consulted the freq chart on the site and I noted that the 72 MHz band was not as crowded as I thought it would be, but just to be on the safe side, I have picked some "unoccupied" frequencies to select from:
(Ch 16) 72.110 Mhz
(Ch 31) 72.410 Mhz
(Ch 33) 72.450 Mhz
(Ch 43) 72.650 Mhz
(Ch 53) 72.850 Mhz
(Ch 5Cool 72.950 Mhz
Is anybody aware of the occupancy of some of these frequencies? I obviously need to select one (or maybe two - for safety) among the above!
Any info would be highly apreciated!
Thanks!



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ACE Pilot # 17
18/7/2005
Hi Fouad:
Welcome back into to RC flying.
Concerning my frequencies I fly on Both CH58=72.950 Mhz and CH60=72.990.
As for the frequency you may use I suggest [If U R using the 72MHZ to go for the Low Band from CH11 to CH35 Since it is the less crowded band in the 72MHZ.


fouad.raphael # 18
18/7/2005
Hi Said,
Thanks for the info, I hope all the other guys will do the same should their frequencies not be published on the Frequency chart.
I hope to see all of you soon on the field!


I am the incarnated perpetual proof that gravity is real and does exist!
fouad.raphael # 19
26/7/2005
Hi All,
Due to availability, I have had to get my 2 radios on 72 MHz band channels 44 and 54.
I hope these 2 frequencies will get posted on the chart.
Now I await delivery of my 2 new planes by mid next week and am anxious to join you on Capt. Pierre's field in about 10 days!


I am the incarnated perpetual proof that gravity is real and does exist!
gsiblini # 20
31/7/2005
Name : Ghassan Siblini
I ususally use the following Channels on 72 Mhz band
Channel 33
Channel 36
Channel 59
Thanks
larson # 21
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Hello all pilot friends in Lebanon,
I might move to Lebanon next year, I only have 2,4 ghz. Are you aloud to use that in Lebanon?
Thanks,

LARSON


LARSON
Pete # 22
Sunday, October 23, 2011
Hi Larson Exclamation Yes you can use the 2.4 ghz band in Lebanon Thumbs



I Dont know what Im Doing but im an Expert at it ! Whether im right or im wrong I'm still the captain!
larson # 23
Monday, October 24, 2011
Thank you for the information Pete!

LARSON


LARSON
saliba # 24
Monday, October 24, 2011
Hello Larson,
what are you into (planes, helicopters, cars,etc)?
Where are you planning to move to Lebanon from?
George,



I don't know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.
larson # 25
Monday, October 24, 2011
Hello George,
It's just a project at the moment...
I try to fly what comes in my hands, mostly planes, but I have a hexacopter and tricopter project going on. Hopefully I'll finish my F-15 this winter with a Hawk Turbine 100R (11kg of thrust).

LARSON


LARSON
ACE Pilot # 26
Monday, October 24, 2011
Hello Larson,

Where are you planning to move to Lebanon from?
Ace


larson # 27
Monday, October 24, 2011
Hello Ace,
We are living in France at the moment, but I'm originally from Sweden...
;-)

LASRON


LARSON
akaram # 28
Monday, October 24, 2011
Hi Larsson,

Do we know you in person ?> or do you know anyone from our group ?


larson # 29
Monday, October 24, 2011
Nop, not at the moment,
I didn't know your existence when I passed in Beirut during the summer. I hope to meet you next time...


LARSON
saliba # 30
Monday, October 24, 2011
Very nice Projects you have on hand Larson, looking forward to meeting you.
I would make sure to bring along all specialized accessories for the projects as you might find it a bit taunting to source locally.

George,



I don't know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.
akaram # 31
Monday, October 24, 2011
Larsson,

It is always nice to introduce yourself before asking any questions, I thought you are friends with our Captain Pete from the way you addressed him.
Things like how old r u, what you do in life, where you live, your name, how long have u been in this hobby ... are nice to know


larson # 32
Monday, October 24, 2011
I'm deeply sorry Akaram, I didn't want to be rude, I just updated my personal info with:

"Started to fly in Sweden 1982. Stopped flying during 13years, started again 2006.
Average pilot that likes to build and fly.
I'm doing articles regularly for 2 magazines in Sweden and also for R/C Jet International."

I'll add a photo later when I've looked through my archives...

LARSON


LARSON
larson # 33
Monday, October 24, 2011
Some of my photos during field rapports:
http://www.pbase.com/larson_daniel/rc_planes




LARSON
akaram # 34
Monday, October 24, 2011
Very nice photos you have there! I love jets. Looking forward to meet you here. Don't hesitate to ask whatever you want.


saliba # 35
Monday, October 24, 2011
Akaram the man introduced himself plenty enough.
Larson you are welcome over here man, don't worry about Akaram, he is OK face to face, unfortunately he flips into this mean thing online. A bad case of sexual frustrations I thing!!!!



I don't know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.
akaram # 36
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
I beg your pardon Saliba, your comment here is unacceptable. It is neither funny nor friendly, ask the webmaster to delete it immediately.


saliba # 37
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Akaram my friend, no disrespect meant buddy, I am actually having a bunch of frustrations myself after my operation, why don't you come over to my workshop one evening, I am sure I can make things better for both of us.



I don't know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.
akaram # 38
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Will surely do Smile


saliba # 39
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Its a date!!!



I don't know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.
HAJJ # 40
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
LARSON,THE 24 HOUR COMPETITION,LOOKS AMAZING.GREAT IDEA.



scratch building is fun...use that right angle to set EACH WINGTIP at a minimum height of 6.5 cm...
larson # 41
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Thanks Hajj,

I liked the idea a lot with the 24-hours competition, unfortunately www.domaine-du-planet.fr didn't do it this year again.

I've been looking through some of the AMAZ videos this morning, just an amazing field you have!
And you seems to have a lot of fun together!
How long drive is that from Beirut?



LARSON
akaram # 42
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
anywhere between 50 minutes to 2 hours depending on the road conditions. but usually early on saturdays and sundays the road is good


larson # 43
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Thank you very much for your information Akaram.




LARSON
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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