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Problem with my DCM need some help.

Started this discussion. Last reply by nbaer89 Nov 16, 2011. 2 Replies

Hi there,I have been implementing the DCM algorithm for use with an LPC1769 board in the LPCXpresso environment and so far it has been going smoothly and this forum has been a great help, however…Continue

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nbaer89 replied to nbaer89's discussion Problem with my DCM need some help.
"The transition begins to occur after about 10 seconds, and the transition itself only takes about 10 seconds as well.  I will finish coding my roll and pitch drift correction and see if that fixes the problem.  I'll be back if it does…"
Nov 16, 2011

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William Premerlani replied to nbaer89's discussion Problem with my DCM need some help.
"Hi, How long is "after a while"? Without drift compensation, the axes will seem to switch. I have seen it quite often during my work. What is probably happening is the estimated orientation is slowly tumbling. This makes it feel like the…"
Nov 16, 2011
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Problem with my DCM need some help.

Hi there,I have been implementing the DCM algorithm for use with an LPC1769 board in the LPCXpresso environment and so far it has been going smoothly and this forum has been a great help, however I've run into a problem.I'm just starting to use the pitch of my imu to control a servo. Unless I am mistaken I believe the Rzx element is used to control pitch. Right now i use that element and a setpoint of zero in my PID loop to control a single servo.  When I first start the code it seems to work…See More
Nov 16, 2011

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Electrical engineer senior at CSU Chico. Working on designing my own autopilot for my senior project.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Always loved flying and as an electrical engineer I've been obsessed with automation. I've worked on micro mouse competitions and now entering into the UAV field.
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Sacramento, CA

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