The last week or so we've spent porting a version of the AeroQuad AQ32Plus code over to run on the AshimaCore board. One of our goals has been to get a common board that can run (or has the hooks put in place to run) several of the more popular open source flight controllers. Here's some video (why did we do this at night?) of us flying…Continue
I wanted to share with you a board that a couple of us have been working on for the last few months. We put it together to be an easy-to-access ARM Cortex-M4F flight controller. We also got a little frustrated with the STM peripherals library, so we've been building out a c++ object peripherals library that's open source with a nice, flexible expat license. Let me know if…Continue
We have been working lately with Jason.J and few other people to create first real Open Source ESC that is based on STM32 RISC processors. Just moment a go courier delivered first PCBs to my desk here at jDrones and we are thrilled to see how they start perform after assembly has done for these.
OpenESC pcbs are 35 x 25mm and 4 layers PCBs. Power range…Continue
I wanted to bring everyone up to date on where the ESC32 development is at this point. After a lot of testing of the version 1 design, we found that operating under high current situations, current spikes caused by commutation were introducing a lot of noise on the digital side of things. In the worse…Continue
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