Shannon Morrisey
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  • Laguna Niguel, CA
  • United States

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Arducopter motors not arming: Solution + Win

Started this discussion. Last reply by Krzysztof (Chris) Stankiewicz Apr 11, 2013. 13 Replies

Two Saturdays ago I spent the afternoon…Continue

Tags: CLI, Arducopter, Configurator, Throttle, Motors


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About Me:
I work on FPGAs and related circuitry / code for DSP [RADAR and EO/IR sub-systems] and VHDL, C++, Lisp, Corporate recruitment is my day job.

Extracurricular: Bitcoining, Experimenting with GaN crystal growth methodologies and sensor fusion, Developing novel apparatus for flight control surfaces and landing gear
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I don't recall if it was Star Wars, Captain Power, or Flight of the Navigator that sparked my fascination with aerospace & automation.

Shannon Morrisey's Blog

Atomo is Like LEGO for Electronics

Posted on March 21, 2017 at 4:54am 1 Comment

Cool Atomo prototyping kits from HK.

"There are a number modules, including I/O boards, network expansion boards and even power supplies for bigger projects. For example, the project below has four I/O adapters and a power supply all connected to a Raspberry Pi. This means you can do some really interesting things with robotics and even…


HackRF PortaPack - ARM Cortex software defined radio

Posted on August 18, 2014 at 12:47am 4 Comments

Very cool application using the excellent HackRF platform demoed at Defcon.

From HackADay:

What do you get when you combine one of the best (and certainly one of the best for the…


Reverse Engineering RC Toys Using RaspberryPi

Posted on June 4, 2014 at 2:46am 0 Comments

Very cool project using RasPi as a transmitter for controlling RC toys.  The dev employed an impressive brute-force method [script + webcam] to identify command codes.

From HackADay:  

An interesting trick you can do with a a fast CPU and a GPIO pin mapped directly to…


DIY FPGA Reflow Oven

Posted on December 28, 2013 at 11:52pm 7 Comments

Cool Xmas Day project uses Papilio FPGA control

From HackADay:

"For Christmas, [Hamster]‘s wife gave him a mini-oven. Later that day, he tore it apart and built this FPGA controlled reflow oven.

We’ve seen plenty of reflow oven builds in the past. Most of…


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