In a recent post I showed how to get live IMU telemetry from a Flip32 flight controller using an inexpensive Bluesmirf Bluetooth modem from Sparkfun. After getting that to work I figured it was time to branch out to some external sensors.
Added by Simon D. Levy on January 6, 2016 at 7:40pm — No Comments
I'm working on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE, Bluetooth Smart or Bluetooth 4.0) technology since summer 2013 and after few hundred hours code work my first BLE product(iCELL) ready to show and I'm happy to share here with the community.
May be you know, Some Android devices and all iPhones(since 4S) including this low power…Continue
Just a friendly reminder, now is the last chance to grab a Bluetooth Telemetry Bridge before the Kickstarter ends tonight at 10:30PM EST. We've already had an overwhelming response and reached our goal in less than 24 hours! After tonight, there will be a bit of delay before we…Continue
Thanks to everyone for your feedback and suggestions on our last post about this project. We've decided to go ahead and have just…Continue
It compliments Arthur Benemanns DroidPlanner app to give a wireless link between the aircrafts radio and a Bluetooth connection to the Android tablet.
Some of you might remember a previous blog post last summer about my trainer 3DR quad going into the trees.
As a result I broke the 433Mhz telemetry module and antenna, as you can see on the picture above (SMA connector was ripped off the board).
This module was in my drawer since…Continue
We've been experimenting more and more with tablet ground stations here at Event 38 and have had a lot of success using the DroidPlanner app. The software has been working well…Continue
I've been wanting to make a GCS for my iPhone for awhile now but finally got the time to start working on it! The GUI is very very basic as of now, with only an attitude indictor that displays only roll. I'm concentrating on cleaning up the mavlink implementation and then i'll make a nice GUI.
The way i'm currently communicating is an Arduino w/ Ethernet shield connected to a old wireless router(i'm in college and money is tight, so no WiFly or Bluetooth 4…Continue
Bluetooth <-> RS232 adapter allows connection from any device that supports RS232 to PC or other device that supports Bluetooth. This walkthrough demonstrates how to configure some parameters such as name and internal Baud rate.
ArduinoCommander is a sweet new Android app for controlling Arduino with a Bluetooth shield.
From Android Market:
"Control your Arduino board from your Android device via Bluetooth using WYSIWYG…Continue