"As of last check in, Roll is Servo 1, Pitch is Servo 2, motors 3&4.
I had them as per WIKI, Randy changed them around, didn't care one way or the other, so I went with his layout :)
Anyone else flying with this, suggest Stab Yaw P,…"
"Submitted pull request, off my 3.1.1 branch, that was flying "ok" last night.
As soon as my new parts get in, I'll post some pics and work on it some more, with the new code you pointed out to me.
I think new duct sections…"
"I put a link up on drones dev, and I have my local copy working on Pixhawk as well now.
Currently have Motor 1 on servo 1, Motor 2 on servo 2, then flaps on 3&4.
Trying to match your Wiki Randy, but I can change assignment…"
"Ok the support for Coax frame type is ready. It's working with two motors and four control surfaces ATM. I will break out the Yaw for motor only, when I get my test bed working again.
Wife's cat got his revenge, but I had it coming,…"
"Ok, I will continue with it, I'm using this as an exercise to get more into the Pixhawk code.
I will give it to Robert to merge when done. since, I can understand physics, mechanics, electronics, programming, and structures, but I can't…"
"Hi!! Yes PID, but I´m refering the global control scheme, for example, in altitude, are you doing a vertical speed control or in position. For example, something like this: http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/Control_Loops
"yes, the custom mixing thing is good. We've talked about doing something similar for at least the various multicopters (quad, hexa, y6, octa, octaquad) but haven't gotten to it yet. Not so sure about extending it to things like…"
Hi!! Yes PID, but I´m refering the global control scheme, for example, in altitude, are you doing a vertical speed control or in position. For example, something like this: http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/Control_Loops