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OpenUAS replied to Charles Linquist's discussion Analog RSSI from cheap 915MHz radios
"Si1000 based modem with SiK opensource software the 3DR "clones" see https://ardupilot.org/copter/docs/common-3dr-radio-advanced-configu... you asked for analog RSSI, good on the Nice RFD900/868 there are I/O pins left else on those $20 cheap mode…"
Jan 27
OpenUAS commented on Michal Podhradsky's blog post Secure Pprzlink released
"Really well done, put rust to very good use! It is also worth to mention it is full OPEN so no unknown backdoors encoded in e.g. AES hardware based solutions."
Mar 28, 2018
OpenUAS commented on Gary Mortimer's blog post UAV Challenge Medical Express 2016
"Bring it on! No challenge to difficult for Team OpenUAS. Hang on there Joe, we are determined to rescue you..."
Feb 23, 2015
OpenUAS commented on microuav's blog post Parrot Bebop paparazzi integration
"...and now on to bed. Dreaming of the Parrot Bebop with Paparazzi that flies, the GPS, and all other parts are better than hoped for :). It's a fantastic product as it is, but now with opensource Paparazzi brain controlling it, it's even better ;)"
Nov 13, 2014
OpenUAS replied to Diego Fdez.'s discussion shrink tube vs GPS performance
"Theoretically, yes. In real life not so much. But depends on type of shrink tube material used see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat-shrink_tubing#Materials"
Aug 28, 2013
OpenUAS commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Parrot releases GPS module for AR.Drone 2.0
"Yes."
Jun 27, 2013
OpenUAS commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Parrot releases GPS module for AR.Drone 2.0
"@Gary Hunkin , only if you have a Parrot AR drone 2 it is of real good use, otherwise there are other USB GPS receivers to consider as well"
Jun 19, 2013
OpenUAS commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Parrot releases GPS module for AR.Drone 2.0
"Actual hardware tested, (yes, this orange dongle thingy). It's a Sirf, Telit JN3, I dared to open it :-P. Not so much tests done for accuracy.and some RAW data test still to be done. BTW for fun one can also use the uCenter of to read raw packages o…"
Jun 19, 2013
OpenUAS commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Parrot releases GPS module for AR.Drone 2.0
"With using Paparazzi opensource http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/AR_Drone_2/getting_started it flew quite nice, quite speed from point A to B. Will try with more wind > 5Bft and see how it behaves then"
Jun 19, 2013
OpenUAS commented on Chris Anderson's blog post New IMU board for Paparazzi--but is it open source?
"First of all, please do not confuse the Opensource Paparazzi GPL software with 3rd party hardware, regardless open or closed.
Anyhow, understand is that the Lisa/X design is still in flux (and the software is in heavy  flux). The philosophy behind L…"
Feb 26, 2011
OpenUAS commented on Chris Anderson's blog post New IMU board for Paparazzi--but is it open source?
"Of  course it will be opensource, you silly ;) It just takes a lot of work to get it right. And I wonder WHO Chris might have contacted and "I've asked for clarification," certainly not the mailinglist ;) BTW the repository is wrong correct is https…"
Feb 26, 2011