Thanks to the WRIGHT brothers who made us dream of travelling through air and today’s world with day to day advancement has made a better way of approach for the dreamers to fly high, with the evolution of technology aero modeling has become a passion and hobby for many all around, and they are many clubs that support this activity.
Aeromodeling mainly involves the main concept of building your own model aircrafts, and racing with them or simply plays with them on your own.
The development of things around technically has made this hobby more creative and anyone can develop any model of plane on their own.
Many people enjoy this hobby and it has become an enjoyable sport as well. A lot of people take part in races with their own built models which is certainly very competitive sport.
To learn about aero modeling and since that it includes more of technical work mixed with creativity, one have to find a good place to start with such as joining an online forum, clubs or some other discussion forums were people all around the world interested in this sport can share their views.
With the advancement of technology now the air craft is based on radio controlling and for one who is planning to make this as a hobby must go in depth investigation, The RC model airplane frequency spectrum today is much broader, consisting of 50 separate 72 MHz channels exclusively for Aeromodelling use in the US, a few 27 MHz channels for park flyers, and a handful of other more specialized channels reserved for licensed amateur radio operators.
Now that you have decided to buy your own RC model and radio equipment you also have to decide on which radio frequency you are going to operate upon, if you are going to be a park flyer 27MHz is enough or for more advancement one has to select 72MHz frequency, but before selection of the frequency you should check the frequency range allocated in your own country.
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