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 **SBus** is a serial protocol used by several manufacturers such as Futaba, FrSky, and RadioLink among others. It allows up to 16 channels on a single data line. **SBus** is a serial protocol used by several manufacturers such as Futaba, FrSky, and RadioLink among others. It allows up to 16 channels on a single data line.
  
-**iBus** is a serial protocol used by several FlySky and Turnigy radio systems. The protocol itself is designed to carry 14 channels, but as of mid 2016 neither ​FlySky nor Turnigy ​actually have a transmitter capable of sending ​more than 10 channels. ​+**iBus** is a serial protocol used by several FlySky and Turnigy radio systems. The protocol itself is designed to carry 14 channels, but most FlySky nor Turnigy transmitter ​are only capable of sending 10 channels ​or less
  
 The RADIO port on the TCB has two positions - one on the top of the board, and one on the bottom. If your receiver is PPM or iBus, plug it into the top slot. If SBus, use the bottom slot. In addition to the data pin, the RADIO port also provides +5v and Ground to power your receiver. A short male-to-male servo cable works well for the connection. The TCB will auto-detect the correct protocol on startup. ​ The RADIO port on the TCB has two positions - one on the top of the board, and one on the bottom. If your receiver is PPM or iBus, plug it into the top slot. If SBus, use the bottom slot. In addition to the data pin, the RADIO port also provides +5v and Ground to power your receiver. A short male-to-male servo cable works well for the connection. The TCB will auto-detect the correct protocol on startup. ​
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