"Strange I just had the same problem, I changed the id code in the libraries file.
Find the file FySkySportSensor.h, open it in a editor, find "ID8 = 0x67", change the "67" to another ID, I set it for "1b".
recompile, and it should work.
"I was just looking at the code for the radios, looks like this is a area that might be able to insert a MAVlink message from the radio itself.
It sends it's own messages for RSSI and noise both from the local and remote.
Looks like Tridgell wrote…"
"On the minimosd, the call sign is entered using the configuration program and stored in the the OSD.
It doesn't get the info from MAVlink messages.
My question was, would it satisfy the FCC requirement for call sign.
I think getting a new MAVlink…"
"Would a MAVLink msg work for this?
I'm sure a new message could be inserted into the APM / Pixhawk code to send just the "Call sign" in text not binary. Could this satisfy the FCC call sign requirement? Looking at the code a see a few…"
"I went ahead a wire one of these up but used the arduino mini max I had. I removed the Mavlink area for now to do some testing. I can change values and see how they are displayed on the Taranis. The one area that seems to be a problem is the GPS Lad…"
Have been working long hours at work, but tried to keep up with changes in the ArduPlane source code but it looks like nothing has change after jan 8th.Has it been moved to another location?here is the link that I use to look…
First Great work.
Glad to see 2.67, plan on trying the MP upload to see how it works on Sunday. Been using a complied version for a few days, testing on AMP1 for a new plane.
At this rate I'm not going to have a reason to keep Arduino…"
I just came across this and BATT_CURR_PIN in the Wikihttp://code.google.com/p/ardupilot-mega/wiki/APM_Parameters#Battery_Voltage_sensing_pin_(_ArduPlane_:BATT_VOLT_PIN)Has this been added to the lates APM software?Does it alow us to now set this in…
If I follow your question right, the APM needs to know what the voltage is being feed to it. The A to D converter, needs to know what the high voltage is for the high number.
If you look at the code it is used to calulate the input voltage.
Any work on outputing RSSI info?
Just a few lines of code to send a value 0 to 255 on the "mavlink_msg_rc_channels_raw_send" message?
Right now it is fixed at 1.Some code like this would give the MiniOSD a way to display it.
I have added Rssi to the projet from the code in the pre release folder.
I also found a way to slow down the input in the setup menu to about one unit pre to second.
My problem is I can't find out how to commit the changes to the area.