We’re pleased to announce our new 3DR Radio. Featuring interchangeable air and ground modules (both with native USB connectors), Android tablet compatibility, and a protective case, our new radio delivers unparalleled ease of use for viewing in-flight data, changing missions on the fly, and tuning.

Quite a bit of work went into the new radio design. Our first version was simply a carrier board for the radio module, providing a power supply, an antenna connector and a way to connect to the autopilot or the computer. Our new radio provides an EMI shield over the radio module, EMI filtering chips on all power and signal lines, USB and autopilot connectivity options on the same board, and an enclosure for protection and easy mounting.

Each Telemetry Kit comes with two modules, two antennas, and cables to connect to Pixhawk, APM, PX4, laptop, and Android tablet/phones.

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Comment by Sam Kelly on November 27, 2013 at 8:51pm

Jimmy, thanks.

Steven, thanks.

Trenton, yes but you will need to change the baud rate on your set of radios to match the rate of the GPS.

Comment by Luciano da Silveira Araujo on June 18, 2015 at 2:08pm

Dear Thomas J Coyle III

Good Night,

You know what is the  manufacturer and the model of  the RF Module 3DR use ? I will try to find the FCC document for it.

Thank You

Comment by Thomas J Coyle III on June 18, 2015 at 2:42pm


It is based on the HopeRF’s HM-TRP module.




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