I have 2 GPS connected and I know it is supposed to switch once one GPS has 2 more sats, but when connected to MP the # of sats on the bottom left remains on the first GPS no matter which one has more sats.
I have been searching for any new posts related to the topic of PWM RSSI such as what Orange LRS outputs, FrSky, I think EZUHF and probaly many more. I know on Pixhawk.org it explains that is has PWM Rssi input. Will this ever be implemented on Copte
So I am using a pixhawk on a quad and it works great if I just let it hover, POS hold is rock solid and so is alt hold. But in AltHold or POS HOLD as soon as I give it some forward momentum and then back or just sharp turns it instantly goes 100% thr
Running 3.2 - Generally I get a really good lock for GPS, 10 to 12 satellites is the norm. But with my 2.4 Boscam 500mw transmitter (same battery) I am getting 8 satellites (says hdop is still <2) but I get a TON of gps glitches and it even goes to 0
Was flying my quad, it was quite stable and was working great. Then I took it out today and flew good for 5 or so minutes until it started jerking around. At some points I lost control completely and even had my throttle at 0 with no response.
I used auto tune late last night as there was no wind outside, went well. I didn't "test out" the new PIDS I just hit save and tried them out, well it was a disaster! The copter just did dips in each leg and kept getting more violent each time until
I am having a few problems setting up my external compass GPS combo, I go outside while connected to my computer and aim the copter at a object down the road, it is off by about 20 degrees. I also have tried re calibration and my offsets change each