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Rob Watkiss commented on Majid Khan's blog post Configuring Turnigy 9x with arducopter
"Awesome! Thank you very much. "
Jan 4, 2013
Rob Watkiss commented on trappy's blog post New TBS Wing - Development sessions in Thailand
"Just got back from four months on Koh Tao, Thailand. Always wished I'd taken a quad or my plane with me for some FPV. Even scoped out potential landing spots and shots I wanted to get. Where was this shot? The end bit looks a bit like Phuket I…"
Aug 31, 2012
Rob Watkiss commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Did you know the word "gullible" isn't in the dictionary?
"Whois research shows its registered to one 'Stars Simpson', if you'd like to get in touch their email is stars@mit.edu (which is awesome)."
Mar 23, 2012
Rob Watkiss commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Did you know the word "gullible" isn't in the dictionary?
"Really expensive? Compared to a car and driver this is comparatively cheap! Oh I wish this was real..."
Mar 23, 2012
Rob Watkiss commented on Marooned's blog post [changed] Helicopter ground resonance
"This is more of an issue with a CH-47! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&NR=1&v=D2tHA7KmRME Although, I should point out this was a controlled test. Yet another reason not to do tethered testing with props on?"
Mar 1, 2012
Rob Watkiss posted a blog post

QuadControl - A cheap, expandable controller

Over the past couple of months I've been working on the QuadControl MCU, the intention of this is to have a cheap, easy to use and expandable control board for Quads and Hexacopters. The features are as follows:ATMega640/1280/2560 Processor, dependent on needs, the first prototype will have the 640 as it is cheapest - they can all be…See More
Jan 24, 2012
Rob Watkiss commented on Rob Watkiss's blog post QuadControl - A cheap, expandable controller
"@Anish: Sounds good, I'll get in touch soon. @Ellison: There's no reason why I can't add Mag/Baro into the next revision, in a comparable footprint. It's something I've been looking into, however I don't want to have…"
Jan 14, 2012
Ellison Chan commented on Rob Watkiss's blog post QuadControl - A cheap, expandable controller
"Interesting, this is $99 USD, but then there's no magnetometer, gps and barometer.  The APM 2.0 is $199, with mag and barometer, gps, and all integrated into one package. (at least with a small mezzanine board) This board may be smaller…"
Jan 14, 2012
Anish commented on Rob Watkiss's blog post QuadControl - A cheap, expandable controller
"Happy to be a tester :)"
Jan 14, 2012
Rob Watkiss posted a blog post

QuadControl - A cheap, expandable controller

Over the past couple of months I've been working on the QuadControl MCU, the intention of this is to have a cheap, easy to use and expandable control board for Quads and Hexacopters. The features are as follows:ATMega640/1280/2560 Processor, dependent on needs, the first prototype will have the 640 as it is cheapest - they can all be…See More
Jan 14, 2012
Rob Watkiss commented on umberto marchi's blog post Flight Nike-Hercules Site "Base Tuono" Italia
"From my experience,missiles generally means no photos!"
Dec 16, 2011

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Student. Skiing. UK. Quads.
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QuadControl - A cheap, expandable controller

Posted on January 14, 2012 at 10:30am 4 Comments

Over the past couple of months I've been working on the QuadControl MCU, the intention of this is to have a cheap, easy to use and expandable control board for Quads and Hexacopters. The features are as follows:

ATMega640/1280/2560 Processor, dependent on needs, the first…

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