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Yes, on both counts! That is an S-video (aka. Mini-DIN-4) connector, and you can use it to make a buddy box cable. The port carries a 4-channel CPPM signal that can be used by cheap USB adapters as a joystick HID input to your computer or for buddy box mode, which FlySky calls "Trainer mode". I've made one for my own use, following the ...


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According to this thread, the answer is that the DJI FPV system doesn’t natively support BuddyBox. However, they do mention that you may be able to use an R-XSR, and feed the SBUS output of the Air Unit into the SBUS in pad to use it as a backup receiver.


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I’ve done some digging to try to find you an answer. As far as I can tell, the trainer port on the back is only for use in a simulator as evidenced in links: 1, 2, 3. According the links 4, 5, there is no known way to get buddy-box functionality without modification. You could also install your own receiver and use a transmitter system that is compatible ...


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