"Mmm, interesting. I've been using the 1.3 Vtx with the APM for two years now. But I did reduce the size of the tricopter arms which moved it closer and so that makes sense.
On the ppm issue I'll look into the settings in Opentx and the micro Rx.…"
"Hello, I have a couple of problems to report both of them intermittant:
1) A few times in the past month when I power up my Vtx (on a separate battery) the GPS will suddenly lose connectivity with some or all satellites. Could this be an issue with…"
"George, Are you in both autotune AND alt hold? I have each function set up on a different switch. So I'll switch into alt hold first on the 3 position switch, leave it there, and then switch to autotune on a 2 position switch. Hope that helps!"
"@ Lockhart. Aircraft also fly over National Parks all the time (the Wilderness and non-wilderness parts).
In addition to "no landing of aircraft" the law also reads "no motorized equipment", which I think model aircraft could be interpreted as. So…"
"I've submitted this to the Github repository:
Hello, please add designated wilderness areas in the U.S. These areas were specifically set aside for non-motorized use by the Wilderness Act of 1964.
Section 4(c) of this act states: "Except as…"
"@ Thomas and others: Maybe for some, but others may not be thinking their actions through and may need a little help to realize it is not a good idea to fly that way in the future. Also appearances are significant right now. So if a recreational UAV…"
"Enjoy your trip! As I'm sure you know as there are many beautiful landscapes in that part of the world. The options for ground based exploring are really exciting and endless. It is more restricted for flying your copter,
"@ Bill, yes given that there are some parks that allow model aircraft in certain areas, it may not turn out to be an outright ban. But it will come down to decisions made at each park.
In my humble opinion (and many other's opinions), there has got…"
"Managing parks is a balancing act between a bunch of different interests and user groups. I would urge folks to read the laws passed by congress (as close to the will of the people we can get) that
enable National Parks: NPS Organic Act
"@ Richard My point is that the opportunity is there to provide input into park rules/regulations as well as long-term and short-term planning documents. http://parkplanning.nps.gov/
Also, usually every year parks update the Superintendent's…"