-The Frsky stations of the Taranis series are the most used stations in the hobby of radio control due to their great features and for their multitude of receivers available for any type of piloting that we want.

              - The line of receivers for Frsky taranis stations is very wide where we can find conventional receivers as well as the most modern and small receivers .

              - For these stations we can find several receivers of quite a few channels with the D8 (8 Ch ), D 16 (16 Ch) and Lr 12 (12 Ch) ​​system, in a very practical 2.4 GHz transmission frequency to avoid interference with other pilots.

              -In the D8 mode we can find the D8R -II plus receiver which is a receiver that has 8 PPM outputs in two switchable modes (FS normal speed mode and HS high speed mode ) with a speed of 18 ms in FS and 9 ms in HS mode.

-This receiver also has two external analog telemetry ports (A1 and A2) and a digital data flow port ( Rx ) that will be of great help in piloting our models to have real-time information on the status of the model.

              -This receiver is a very good option for large or medium-sized aircraft such as trainers, we can also find the mini model very suitable for helicopters and small aircraft.

              - We can also find receivers with this protocol in many micro drones or tinys of various brands that will be compatible with our Frsky Taranis transmitters so that we can fly them with our usual station and not with toy stations .

              -In D16 mode it is a transmission protocol of the most used since we have in some models with 8 Ch in PPM and up to 16 channels thanks to its S Bus port and we can find models of different sizes.

              -The Frsky X / XM series receivers are among the most used, especially in drones, since we can find them in several very small sizes for drones with little space and thus also be able to reduce the weight of the model.

              -The XM Plus is one of the most used thanks to its reduced size of 21.5 * 12 * 3.5 mm (Length x width x height) and its 16 Ch in its full range for flight controllers and 15 Ch in PPM by S Bus exit.

                                        

             -As we can see in the image, it has a very small size and in addition it has 2 antennas with a micro connector, which makes it very easy for us to replace them when they break down, which is very common in  drones .

              - Also we can find the model X8R that is in a box more smaller than its predecessors but with much more capacity, has a new SmartPort®   that is compatible with the new sensors without hub as well as analog sensor hub more ancient.

              -The standard X8R supports 8 servo outputs and can supply up to 16 Ch line using SBus compatible servos SBus or using a decoder FrSky S bus for 116 full or even use Ch 2 receptors X8R in conbinacion synchronizing of the anal 1 - 8 in the first and 9 - 16 in the second.

              -The X8R receivers are also compatible with systems more older protocol versions D8.

              -The Frsky Taranis in LR12 mode we can link receivers like the L9R that will give us a range of up to 3 times the traditional range of a D-series or X-series receiver widely used for long range .

              -This receiver gives us 8 channels in conventional output and up to 12 channels thanks to its S bus port and has RSSI output .

              -In Taranis more modern protocol also have FRSKY ACCESS (control advanced communication) , this protocol promises more to go beyond communications between our model and the station making a qualitative leap in terms of performance and ease of use.

Frsky has developed this protocol with ease of use in mind , in order to provide new features that will be added to all receivers for racing drones progressively, now available for R-S4R, R-X6R, G-RX6 and G-RX8 , but below those of the XM + series, R-XST, XM, R-X8R Pro, S6R and S8R be added, to use this protocol only have to update the firware receptor.