Qx7 is one of the best radio in the Taranis family and it is holding out even after all these years. It is very rigid and power featured radio and one of the budget-friendly radio from FrSky. So in this article, we are going to check some of the receivers that is available and that can be paired with Qx7 radio. So this article is about finding the best FrSky Taranis Q x7 Receiver. So let’s get started


  The first FrSky Taranis Q x7 Receiver we are taking into consideration is the big brother X8R which is a smaller receiver than the previous 8 channel receivers but has so much more capability and functions it can do. The new SmartPort supports the new hub-less sensors as well as the older hub analog sensors.

The X8R supports 8 standard servo outputs or PWM channels, and you can access all 16 channels by using the Sbus line with Sbus supported servos or use a FrSky S.BUS Decoder for the full 16 channels which might not be needed as 8 channels will be more than enough for simple applications like RC planes.



●   FrSky DFT/DJT/DHT/DHT-U in D_mode

●   FrSky Taranis X9D/XJT in D8 mode

●   FrSky Taranis X9D/XJT in D16 mode

Firmware Upgradable: Yes

Length: 46mm

Breadth: 26mm

Height: 14mm

Weight: 16.6g

Operating current: 100mA

Number of channels: up to 16 channels


          XM+ is a lightweight and full range tiny receiver that can fit in your thumb. This small-sized receiver can be used for smaller crafts like Tiny whoop and small drones where the size of the components is a limiting factor. XM+ features a failsafe feature which is highly useful if the radio control signal is lost.  Hence, XM+ might be the best FrSky X9D Receiver for whoops and tiny drones. This is your go-to go FrSky Taranis Q x7 Receiver for when you need a tiny receiver.


Compatibility: D16 Mode

Length: 21mm

Breadth: 12mm

Height: 3.5mm

Weight: 1.6g

Operating current: 30mA

Number of channels: 16 channels     


FrSky ultra mini and tiny receiver R-XSR is the evolution of its predecessor, XSR receiver. The R-XSR is a standalone receiver with all the functions of XSR and in addition, it’s almost 1/3 size and 1/3 weight of the XSR receiver. This is a great FrSky Taranis Q x7 Receiver that can be used on tight builds and expand its applications to planes as well.

Moreover, it features a redundancy function that is integrated into this tiny receiver which ensures the security, and the IPEX connector makes it more convenient to replace antennas. Hence R-XSR might be the best FrSky X9D Receiver for racing drones.


Compatibility: ACCST D16 / ACCESS Mode

Length: 16mm

Breadth: 11mm

Height: 5.4mm

Weight: 1.5g

Operating current: 70mA @ 5V

Operating Voltage: 3.5-10v

Number of channels: 16 channels


X4R SB receiver supports 3 channels from convenient PWM channels and up to 16 channels from SBUS port. In addition to that, it has RSSI output on it. It is Lighter in weight and physically smaller than its predecessors D8R-II. Moreover, it has an external analog telemetry port for utilizing telemetry data. These receivers are equipped with IPEX antennas.

With the 3 PWM channels, it can be perfectly used for RC Wings where you only need 3 PWM channels for all the controls. If you need to get more than 3 channels, you can get up to 16 channels using the Sbus port. So X4R-SB might be the best FrSky Taranis Q x7 Receiver for a RC wing 


 Compatibility: ACCST D16

Length: 40mm

Breadth: 22mm

Height: 6mm

Weight: 5.8g

Operating current: 100mA @ 5V

Operating Voltage: 4-10v

Number of channels: up to 16 channels


There are many receivers that can be paired with Qx7. ACCST Qx7 supports both D8, D16 and LR12 modes and the latest ACCESS Qx7 supports all the modes except D8 from its predecessor. So we have familiarized with some of the FrSky Taranis Q x7 Receiver. This article is intended to give an idea about some receivers that can be paired with Qx7 and that can be used on different applications, especially for beginners and noobs. Hope this article has helped someone.