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MD commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Any update?"
Sep 17, 2014
Dennis Okeefe commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"i am looking to build an airborne mavlink repeater to allow coverage of a low flying vehicle that is out of line of sight from the ground station due to hills or other obstructions.  my primary application is search and rescue.  it looks…"
Jan 6, 2014
binzi commented on PX4's blog post PX4 and 3D Robotics present Pixhawk: An Advanced, User-Friendly Autopilot
"want to look at inside design"
Sep 6, 2013
steve commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"I have this tracker and will be using this servo. I'm planning to use the ardustation sw modified by Heino. The problem is it was designed to work with a geared pan but this tracker is driven direct by the servo. Actually the servo I…"
Jun 20, 2013
Ben Coombs commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Very interested! do you have a price in mind at the moment?"
Jun 17, 2013
Rob G commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Very cool -would like to see more"
Jun 16, 2013
Meez commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Cool!"
Jun 15, 2013

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David Anders commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Thanks binzi.  This would make a great DIY job.  Are you planning on releasing a little build info?"
Jun 14, 2013
Nathan DuCray commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Very cool! I have been wondering when one of these would become available. Very interested!"
Jun 14, 2013
Phil Ellerbroek commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"When / where is this available to purchase?"
Jun 14, 2013
Dimitri commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Not possible to recycle an old apm1 to run it ?"
Jun 14, 2013
binzi commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Yes. He has gyroscopes and magnetometers Hardware configurationTrackerMCU: Atmega 2560Gyro: mpu6050MAG: 5883L CTRLBOX:160 * 128 LCDMCU: ATMEGA 16AUSB controller chip: FT232RQ"
Jun 14, 2013

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David Anders commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Very nice."
Jun 14, 2013
Stefan Gofferje commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Does it have it's own GPS and magnetometers/gyros? Or does it assume e.g. that it's on the UAV's home position, pointing north when switched on? I would also interested in getting one."
Jun 14, 2013
Dimitri commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Sorry i've read fast and not see the link :) A must have !"
Jun 14, 2013
Chuck commented on binzi's blog post MAAT final version is being tested
"Great to see a project acknowledge their source of base code, great job guys I will be keeping an eye on this one. "
Jun 14, 2013

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MAAT final version is being tested

Posted on June 13, 2013 at 11:00pm 18 Comments

MAAT is an open-source MAVLink based Automatic Antenna Tracking system. It read MAVLink messages from the UAV, calculates the direction of the aircraft, and spins the antenna to that direction to maximize the RF signal strength. It can run as a standalone device, or as a repeater between the UAV and the…

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