Hello all! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WuKQD3FvbtFnJ6wkFu9DLxhdxHCSsnZPi90CwTGj3ks/edit?usp=sharing I made a table of observed rf readings via a RF Explorer 2.4 GHz meter and put them in a Google Sheet. Publicly editable should anyone wish to correct a mistake or add further useful information. Spoiler: click for BIG rendered image of the table Few observations: 1) Video is transmitted via ~10 Mhz wide channels from 2280 MHz to 2600 MHz. (600-280)/10 = 32 channels. 2) Control surface (analog sticks, buttons, etc) is ~1-2 MHz wide, and hops in the 2400 MHz 2490 MHz range only. The user-editable "controller channel" does not affect this signal. 3) Phantom channels 13-20 (as well as the control signal hopping) overlap WiFi 802.11b/g/n 2.4 GHz channels 1-14. I have some screenshots from the spectrum analyzer, but for another post. Would also like to take a closer look at the control signal in the future. Is it similar to DEEST or FASST? Don't know. Enjoy! - Sam Edit 1: Updated with correct center frequencies and ISM start point.