My project involves a quad copter, with a UDB4, GPS and XBeePro to send/receive piloting data.
I've read a lot in the website, but I didn't find any guide/tutorial concerning the electronic connections between the board and other components. I'm a newbie on electronics, sorry if my questions are quite stupid:
I would like to avoid soldering as I haven't got a lot of experience with electronics soldering scales...
Thank you very much,
I'm developing as you, a Quadcopter with de UDB4.
The XbeePro you can only connect via the TX2 and RX2 ports. You can changes de configuration about speed or add DMA for the UART as I have done.
The GPS is suposed to use the UART1 port, but it depends on the conection of your GPS and if this GPS is already supported or you have to write and specific library for it.
Ask any question, or send me a message if you have other questions.
I am also interested by having the quad code running on UDB4.
I still have the old green UDB1 . but i think the gyro are not good enough regarding the vibration issue.
I am waiting from the UDB4 to come from the UK. I still didn't look at the code but it can surely be ported on the UDB4.
Is the DCM performing well on hovering without the velocity direction vector from the GPS.
I suppose this has been compensated by the use of the compass on board of the UDB4
Thanks Sandra Bee