"Ok, that does make sense,
Considering the chance of failsafe and gps failure, I would say that the chance of wind blowing you off course during a failsafe would be hundreds of times higher than the chance of GPS failure, so it should probably be an…"
"Matt, On the intended behaviour of CIRCLE you might find this useful from the 2.69 release notes, Paul
'Another significant change in mode behaviour is that CIRCLE mode now holds altitude. This is important because CIRCLE is used in the first…"
I was compiling from a different location and needed to email the hex file build.
The answer was:
In the Arduino program: go to Arduino > Preferences and then select Show vervose output during -> compilation.
Finaly, when you are…"
"Thanks Bill. I'm pretty sure your original line of code will work, but it surprises me that no one using arduplane has ever needed to use RxRSSI.
I just need to figure out how to compile this.
"Many thanks, i will give it a shot.
I had located that line in the code actually and wanted to change it:
This is what it looks like in Arduplane 2.7
rssi_analog_source = hal.analogin->channel(ANALOG_INPUT_NONE, 0.25);
Just noticed you're from Sydney as well - interesting coincidence.
Did you ever get a reply about using XBees to control your plane? I'm contemplating building my own PCB to tie the various components together, but if the ArduPilot can handle an uplink, that would be much easier.
I'm trying to find out if it is possible to control a UAV throw xbee from a laptop? I was reading an old post of yours and was wondering if you had found out if it’s possible. Even if direct control is no possible can new GPS coordinates be uploaded to the ardupilot while in flight?
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