If you say price, it’s affordable, if you say buyer, it’s tiny.
The receiver also has wifi. Alluring in every way.

There are promotions and record attempts with the most videos on Youtube right now.
  • What do we pay attention to when choosing the modules we will use for long-range flights?
  • Does ExpressLRS offer more hope for long-haul flights than others?
  • Is the price performance value the main reason to choose ExpressLRS? Or is it a structure that focuses on range and latency, with the power of open source code behind it?
  • For those interested
    Let’s look together Let’s take a look at the advantages of ExpressLRS
  • ExpressLRS is a modern RC system that offers most of all the features FPV junkies need.

Tests have proven it’s doable to get tens of kilometres of vary with simply 100mW, for many abnormal customers it simply means you’ll nearly by no means failsafe beneath regular situation. ExpressLRS is predicated on SX127x {hardware} mixed with an ESP8285, ESP32 or STM32 MCU for RX and TX respectively. It’s utilizing LoRa modulation, which can also be utilized in ImmersionRC Ghost and TBS Crossfire, that’s why it has noticeably higher vary than methods that aren’t utilizing LoRa similar to TBS Tracer.

TBS surrendered to ExpressLRS. According to what it says under the video, if the antenna version was used, it could go half the distance.

ExpressLRS is a protocol that is similar to Crossfire but closes the parts it gives open. In fact, both protocols seem to use LoRa, but while ExpressLRS continues to use LoRa at high Hz values, Crossfire switches to the FLRC protocol and this seriously messes things up.

Besides, ELRS modules use CRSF protocol when communicating with FC. This simplifies the connection considerably.

Besides, ELRS can be used for standard telemetry communication or radio communication.

Since GSM services use the 900 Mhz band, it is more recommended to use 868Mhz instead of 900 in Turkey.
What is the situation in your country? You can write in the comments.

ExpressLRS is an open source Radio Link for Radio Control applications. Designed to be the best FPV Racing link, it is based on the fantastic Semtech SX127x/SX1280 LoRa hardware combined with an Espressif or STM32 Processor. Using LoRa modulation as well as reduced packet size it achieves best in class range and latency. It achieves this using a highly optimized over-the-air packet structure, giving simultaneous range and latency advantages. It supports both 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz links, each with their own benefits. 900 MHz supports a maximum of 200 Hz packet rate, with higher penetration. 2.4 GHz supports a blistering fast 500 Hz on EdgeTX. With over 60 different hardware targets and 13 hardware manufacuturers, the choice of hardware is ever growing, with different hardware suited to different requirements.


Because ExpressLRS is a very complex system, it is not suitable for everyone at first. However, over time, the modules introduced to the market have developed quite a lot, but it may seem very confusing to many of us. On the website, there are a thousand beautiful explanations on the subject. Those who want can take a look.

How to Setup ExpressLRS 2.4GHz