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Abstract : We study stringy modifications of T^3 -fibered manifolds, where the fiber undergoes a monodromy in the T-duality group. We determine the fibration data defining such T-folds from a geometric model, by using a map between the duality group and the group of large diffeomorphisms of a four-torus. We describe the monodromies induced around duality defects where such fibrations degenerate and we argue… ▽ More We study stringy modifications of T^3 -fibered manifolds, where the fiber undergoes a monodromy in the T-duality group. We determine the fibration data defining such T-folds from a geometric model, by using a map between the duality group and the group of large diffeomorphisms of a four-torus. We describe the monodromies induced around duality defects where such fibrations degenerate and we argue that local solutions receive corrections from the winding sector, dual to the symmetry-breaking modes that correct semi-flat metrics. △ Less

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For those of us with the DX6i, DX7, or JR's that don't have a data port - we have to send our radio's in for the DSMX upgrade (if we feel it's worth while for our flying environment) at a cost not only in shipping but for the software upgrade itself. This again is a feature that was first introduced on the DX8 but has filtered both up and down the full line of Spektrum's SD Telemetry equipped computerized radios. The DX8 started it all!

Power On Indicator Light - Another First On The DX8 To Later Be Followed On All Models

I know, this is a very minor thing, but it certainly made my eyes light up and was a long time coming. Not sure about any of you, but I have left my transmitter turned on by mistake more than once and only when the low battery alarm started beeping, did I realize it.

I have since put a small LED in my DX7 and then in my JR X9503 when I got it to provide an easy to see visual aid that the radio is turned on when I am too far away to see if the display is on. The Spektrum DX8 already has that simple little "power on" LED installed and using it to light up the patented Spektrum bar graph symbol is a nice touch.

Final Thoughts...

I like most people am so impressed with the Spektrum DX8; making me second guess my JR X9503 purchase certainly confirms that. The DX8 has incredibly easy programming just like the DX6i but of course way more features not to mention long lasting and precision quad ball raced gimbals.

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