Keith G
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Plane 3.4: rc problem

Started Nov 9, 2015 0 Replies

During rc calibration, it shows that the rc bars move with stick input. However, the control surfaces don't move. For some reason I can't get the surfaces to respond to any inputs. Please let me know…Continue

New dragonlink: 50km telemetry and mission planner too?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Waladi Mar 9, 2016. 5 Replies

Has anybody tried this? Is it true? How does it work? Wish I didn't just buy rfd900 radios now and openlrs equipment.…Continue

PLANE: Throttle cuts out in a pattern

Started this discussion. Last reply by Keith G Oct 28, 2015. 4 Replies

PLANE: 3.4 problemsi have been trying to get plane going for a long time and keep having the same problem. i fly in manual mode so it isnt a problem with flight control. the throttle acts as though…Continue

Orange openlrsng to pixhawk rssi

Started Oct 4, 2015 0 Replies

I'm trying to figure out the trick for connecting rssi from the Orange rx to pixhawk. The connection is easy enough. It's only one cable. The problem is the rxrssi in mission planner bounces up and…Continue

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Trying to figure out APM 2.6 antenna tracker

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At 7:24pm on February 22, 2015, Patrick Duffy said…

Hello Keith,  do you need help with the tracker?  

At 8:10pm on February 22, 2015, Keith G said…
I do. I'm trying to do it using the apm2.6 for the tracker with a pixhawk on my plane. The firmware on the APM is v0.4 through mission planner. It seems to know the pixhawk is there and I can switch between the tracker and plane using control x but, the tracker does nothing except sit there looking expensive. I don't know how to load code but I am able to follow a walk through if you are up to the challenge. I really appreciate any help at this point.


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