Welcome to the group. It's my understanding that a 'shield' in this case is basically a daughter board attached to the main processor board to add additional functions, a Gyro would measure degrees of rotation in any…"
"@ Allen You'll need to use one of the 1.2/1.3 Ghz Video set ups most likely. (1.280 Ghz in the USA) You cannot get reasonable results using more than 1 transmitter on or near any given Frequency. Using Circularly Polarized Antennas will…"
"@ Brian [Observed: When testing full stick deflection, to the right I get a very nice tight turn but to the left it's much wider. I remember a discussion that spoke of a similar problem so I'm going to go hunt that down to determine where…"
"TRS80, Atari ST I modded with another stack of 512k memory chips for 1 meg total so I could have a ram disk to make my Kings Quest and Leisure Suit Larry load faster.... Then a Intel DX33 that I swapped in a 36Mhz crystal so I had bragging rights…"
"It very much depends on your application, for flying line of sight (a kilometer or so) the stock antenna will serve you very well. If your going for long range FPV type flying you could read some of Ibcrazy's threads on rcgroups.com for a…"
"yes but it looks like it might be a high gain, meaning very directional antenna so it would need to be pointed at the aircraft. Possibly even when it was close in and over head... That's the problem with any high gain antenna. …"
"That's a great question Kamu. I wonder if these will be a DIY module that is to fit inside the transmiter like the Frysky unit or if it could fit inside a module that we could swap out for our regular 2.4Ghz gear and recievers. I'd…"
"It's not quite like 'T'ing into a pipe to share the data, there is a bit of 2 way communication going on with the GPS. To my understanding the advantages would be having to buy only one GPS and sharing the digital information from the…"