Michal B
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Task: telemtry on PDA device

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ios Jun 1, 2009. 8 Replies

Can XBee communicate with PC's Wifi adapter?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Anderson Aug 7, 2009. 3 Replies

Xbee 5V -> 3.3V adapter

Started this discussion. Last reply by Reto Feb 5, 2009. 4 Replies

 

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About Me:
I'm software developer, concentrating on mobile applications. I run own company named Lonely Cat Games, selling software worldwide on Internet to individual customers.
In spare time I'm trying to fly planes, mainly feeding them with various electronics and let make them fly intelligently. This is my new hobby since 2007, and this makes me go out to fresh air more often.
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www.lonelycatgames.com

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At 6:40am on May 3, 2009, Andrew Wong said…
Hey Michal,

I just tested my theoretical auto RTL with only one failsafe channel (throttle) using a servo. It works exactly as I envisioned it would on my futaba. You should try it out on your Spektrum and make sure it works. The next part (and hardest part) would be to get it working in conjunction with the three way switch so you can manually choose between navigation and RTL and also have the plane RTL if it loses signal (or continue navigating if it was already in navigation mode). The problem is, with Ardupilot 2.0+ the ESC is no longer attached to the board.
At 6:47am on May 3, 2009, Andrew Wong said…
Wow... I see you have already done a lot of work in the modification of the code. We just need the throttle to be passed through when the throttle is not on the failsafe, and the throttle to go to a predefined point when the failsafe is on. We should be able to use the fourth input and the thrid output for the ESC. With all the experience you have, the programming should be trivial.

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