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Wi-Fi and 2.4GHz are not necessarily the same thing. 2.4GHz is part of the ISM band (Industrial, Scientific, Medical) of frequencies that can be used for short range communications. Wi-Fi is a protocol that commonly uses the 2.4GHz spectrum. However 5GHz and 6GHz have been added recently. This protocol is also known as IEEE 802.11 and the term "Wi-Fi&...


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It's unlikely that the Naza M lite supports SRXL2, especially out of the box since SRXL is many years newer than the Naza line of flight controllers. That being said: "+" goes to 5v (or 3.3, but I think spektrum has done away with 3v3 hardware) "-" goes to ground "S" goes to the "rx" line of a UART. RX1 or RX2 or RX3 ...


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