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Actually, over the years there have been several reports of 900 MHz video equipment interfering with standard R/C gear. Some users even went to 2.4Ghz to avoid it (2.4Ghz seems to be less likely to cause R/C interference).

Not everyone experiences R/C interference. Basically, it all boils down to the installation. Just keep the R/C components and wiring far from the video gear and do not share a common battery. If that does not help, then you'll need to consider changing your equipment or operating freq.

With the introduction of the 2.4Ghz Spread Spectrum R/C systems, I suspect that 900 Mhz video systems will be preferred over the 2.4Ghz versions.

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