Roll and pitch estimation corrected for coriolis forces
(10% to 25% improved roll and pitch estimates)
assume aircraft diving at 20m/s in earth reference frame
assume we have 16bit ADC which covers 100% range of the useful voltage (overly optimistic),
and the accelerometer is quite sensitive with 6G full span (+/-3G) (overly optimistic, procerus claims +/-10G).
Therefore 6G is divided into 65536 counts.
3e-4G equals then to around 3 ADC counts which is below noise level of most
accelerometers which would be around 2^4, by eye.
Therefore coriolis acceleration is barely detectable (you can attach a plane to the rails, push it down, and the only deviating force will be at most those poor 2-4 counts on extremely sensitive ADC, overswamped by natural sensor noise).
How did they come to 10%/25%?
Where is an arorr in my calculation?