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Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest

Currently working on fixed wing UAV that uses smartphone in place of receiver and IMU.


Hometown:

Staszów


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Marek Suma posted a blog post
This app makes your phone behave like MAVLink vehicle. You can connect to it using QGroundControl over UDP. The device must be either connected to the same local network, have a Wi-Fi hotspot running or a public IP address. You can also try…
Apr 13
Marek Suma replied to HotaruT's discussion wifi telemetry and mobile data problem
"What is the model of the phone? Some of them have OTG capability, just providing power for connected device is disabled by default. I had Samsung Galaxy S III Neo, power could be enabled with one command executed as super user. What do you need to…"
Jun 30, 2018
Marek Suma replied to Adam Day's discussion Wifi/RC interference
"Wi-Fi has 14 channels ranging from 2.412 GHz to 2.484 GHz. Access points (smartphones and tablets too) often allow user to manually select certain channel. In my project I'm using Wi-Fi both for sending commands and receiving feedback."
Jun 30, 2018
Marek Suma replied to Muhammad Waqas Kayani's discussion Recieving RC signal to Raspberry Pi Zero W
"I went with the Wi-Fi option, here's the example C++ code: transmitter/client, receiver/server."
Jun 30, 2018
Marek Suma replied to HotaruT's discussion wifi telemetry and mobile data problem
"Consider getting an USB mobile modem and use your PC as a mobile hotspot."
Jun 30, 2018
Marek Suma posted a blog post
Here is a simple Android app for testing cheap Chinese USC-16 servo controller: USC-16 Demo User can select one of four servos, movement speed, and position. The app can also be used to communicate with other devices based on CH340 chip. Your…
Jan 25, 2018
Marek Suma posted photos
Jun 20, 2017
Marek Suma posted a photo
A2212/5T2700KV brushless motor, TowerPro micro servo, SK18 servo controller, FT311D Android USB Host development board, and Swift II flying wing
May 20, 2017
Marek Suma commented on johnm545's blog post Running an autopilot on Android
"I was planning to build something similar. I've recently bought FT311D Development Board that works as Android Accessory (no need for expensive USB OTG enabled phone, no Bluetooth latency). It has 4 PWM channels and costs about 35$."
Dec 18, 2014