The 2019 editions of the following documents are applicable:
The recommended frequency band is 2,4 GHz. Any 2.4 GHz radio control equipment may be used. Competitors may also be authorized to use other equipment, such as for example TBS Crossfire module (868 MHz and/or 433 MHz).
Competitors will be requested to mention the frequencies they will use prior race.
The video system is based on 5.8 GHz frequencies. The VTX should be a quality one, with 25mW output power. The power and the spread channel on the band could be measured ahead of each race.
Competitors must bring their own video receiver (googles) and antennas
Important: all videos (DVR) races will be saved automatically.
Note: Any competitor who does not respect the maximum emission power or other restriction for use of the video transmitters defined by the organiser may be disqualified from the contest.
LED lights unit are allowed, but are not mandatory.
According to 2019 FAI rules, 6 cell batteries with up to 4.25V per cell (total 25.5V) are allowed. Battery charge could be measured ahead of each race.
The organiser will use Immersion RF LapTimer.
Each model shall carry the national identification mark followed by the FAI Sporting Licence ID number (or the National FAI licence). The letters and numbers must be at least 6 mm high and appear at least once on each model
Any protest must be presented in writing and must be accompanied by a deposit fee of 50 Euros. The deposit is returned only if the protest is upheld.
Each competitor must possess a valid FAI Sporting License or FAI Drone permission.
The official languages will be English and French.
Bruno DELOR (FRA)
Frederic THEUREL (FRA)
More informations on http://gpf-dronesracing.f2cmbl.org