One RC Yesterday_ Two RC Today

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					Well, to be frank, I was under the impression that RC Toy Car just stands for one kind
RC fun, but after stumbling upon an write-up online about the refreshing RC world, it
dawned upon me that I did make a mistake and failed to distinguish the Radio control
and Remote control. Yep, how ignorant I was and I do feel embarrassed. But I’d say I
have been crazy about the acclaimed RC toy cars stealing more limelight in the public
places.
  Well, You have probably seen the ads proclaiming the amazing abilities of the
"Super Ultra Road-rippin' Devastator" or some other RC toy car. And you may have
seen people at the park flying a model airplane or blimp, or controlling a miniature
boat sailing serenely across a pond. I guess you guys like me unconscious o f the
difference between Radio control and Remote control have no good command of the
fabulous RC toy cars. Take it easy, here goes some elaborate information in your
favor if you have a good mind to learn all about RC. You will find out what
frequencies are used for RC toy cars or other fantastic RC toys, what the different
components are and how they all work together. You will also learn what the
difference between radio control and remote control is when talking about toys or
models. Types of RC Toys RC toys come in a large variety of models, including:
     Cars      Trucks Fantasy vehicles        Airplanes Helicopters Blimps
     Sailboats     Motor boats        Submarines Robots Animals          While       the
mechanics of how they operate can differ greatly between different toys, the basic
principle is the same. All radio controlled toys have four main parts: Transmitter     -
You hold the transmitter in your hands to control the toy. It sends Radio waves to the
receiver.      Receiver - An antenna and circuit board inside the toy receives signals
from the transmitter and activates motors inside the toy as commanded by the
transmitter. Motor(s) - Motors can turn wheels, steer the vehicle, operate propellers,
etc.      Power source The transmitter sends a control signal to the receiver using
radio waves (see How Radio Works for details), which then drives a motor, causing a
specific action to occur. The motor in a car may cause the wheels to turn, while the
motor in a plane may adjust the flaps. The power source is typically a rechargeable
battery pack, but sometimes it's just normal batteries. In many of the RC toys, the
radio controlled motor provides guidance while another source of power provides the
locomotion. Here are some examples: A model airplane often has a small
gas-powered engine to turn the propeller; the RC motor controls the flaps.      A
sailboat uses the wind for propulsion; the RC motor controls the rudder. A        blimp
uses helium or hot air for lift; the RC motors control small propellers.    Wow,
what a revelation! Right now I can say for certain that you have come to understand
the amazing RC toy car and another awesome RC ones. By the way, if you take an
interest and have a good mind to buy a RC toy car, like a Cross RC Car to relish in the
terrific RC Car Racing, I’d like to invite your attention to the highly recommended
online marketplace Topons blessed with assorted superb RC toys, the perking RC toy
car of course counted in, and all the more favorable price as well as desirable service.
Anyway, hope you win a good buy and have great fun!
  Source by http://blog.topons.com/index.php/2010/09/one-rc-yesterday-two-rc-today/

				
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