Spectre de radio

Mandat du comité

Le comité spectre radio de MAAC a pour but d'aider les membres à utiliser leurs équipements radios de façon adéquate et sécuritaire.

Chef du comité


Zone C
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Membres du comité
ALAN ALLMAN VERNON (BC) Zone C Envoyez un courriel
ROGER BELANGER LONG-SAULT (ON) Zone G Envoyez un courriel
DAVE CUMMINGS BURLINGTON (ON) Zone E Envoyez un courriel
GAETAN GUILLEMETTE QUÉBEC (QC) Zone I Envoyez un courriel
DAN IDORN SUMMERLAND (BC) Zone C Envoyez un courriel
HAROLD KONOWALCHUK SUDBURY (ON) Zone F Envoyez un courriel
HAL MACDONALD CASSELMAN (ON) Zone G Envoyez un courriel
JOHN NEUFELD NORTH VANCOUVER (BC) Zone H Envoyez un courriel

Documents du comité

2018 Radio Spectrum Report to MAAC Board1.docx


MAAC Radio Spectrum Revised Advisory.pdf

Product Bulletin.pdf


Documents institutionnels

MAAC Safety Document (MSD) 17 - Radio Spectrum

MAP 07 - Compatibility of R/C Systems of Different Manufacturers and Different Vintages

MAP 11 - Setting the Fail-Safe Feature on Modern R/C Equipment

MAP 2 – ISED Canada Certification of R/C Equipment

Vidéos du comité

Cub and Glider Day

Kamloops Model Airplane 2018

Kamloops Model Airplane Video

Opterra Flight

  1. What is a spread-spectrum (2.4) radio?

  2. What frequency range does it operate in?

  3. How does spread-spectrum work?

  4. How does the currently used system operate?

  5. What are the advantages of using the 2.4 systems?

  6. What is the fail-safe feature and how does it work?

  7. How many aircraft can fly at one time on the 2.4 systems?

  8. Is there a need to maintain the current impounding practices?

  9. What is the availability of S.S. products?

  10. Why are the antennas so short on the 2.4 systems?

  11. What are the primary differences between the S.S systems used for park flyers and those used by traditional R/C aircraft?