Hi, the yaw movements is caused by the torques generated by the rotation of each motor. The front and rear motors turn in one direction, and the left and right in the opposite direction. So, by controlling the motor speed of one of the pairs…"
Some weeks ago I posted about my quadrotor proyect and showed a video with the Roll controller on a testbench.Now I'm working with the yaw controller. I build a simple testbench to test the behaviour of the controller. As I said before, I am…
"My loop runs about every 10ms....but my ESC update every 50Hz.....I have read that I can increase the update rate of my ESC by I2C or by compressing the PWM signal to the ESC, but I dont know how to do this"
I have done a lot of projects with labview, and to be honest I dont think the laggy behaviour is because of LV. Im working with LV 2009, and I gues since the last 3 versions of LV they have improve a lot the…"
Im developing my own PID controller because this is my undergraduate final project. Im not only developing the PID controller, Im also trying some other digital controllers based on a linear model I've done based on experimental data, but us…"
I have started my quadrotor project.Im using the mikrokopter frame with some additional center plates and a few modifications.E-flite motors, with E-flite ESC. An arduino MEGA board. A Vectornav VN-100 which includes magnetometers, accelerometers,…
I also have the VN-100 from Vectornav, but I have been having some problems with it, I was wondering if you could help me a bit with it. Are you using the default parameters of the kalman filter? or did you use your own?