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Posted by FpvKiwi | Jul 22, 2012 @ 06:16 AM | 1,923 Views
Three months ago I started the company Kiwi Embedded for my embedded systems development. About time to let people know about it!
The only publicly available product is still the Channel Wizard for adding more RC channels, adapting PPM to LRS systems, do advanced channel mixing, and more.

News and more information is available on the website: kiwiembedded.com
Posted by FpvKiwi | Jan 18, 2012 @ 05:26 PM | 2,282 Views
Finally posted a New Product thread in the FPV forum!
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1576877
I will add pictures.
Posted by FpvKiwi | Nov 25, 2011 @ 04:21 PM | 2,537 Views
Now it's researched, prototyped, designed, manufactured, tested, debugged and available: the Channel Wizard.
Add more channels to a radio, create PPM, mix together multiple PPM.

It can also be used in aircrafts to decode PPM to individual servo signals, reverse, change trim and EPA. Here the Wizard ports are used as servo connectors instead of inputs.

There are two variants; Eight and Mini. Eight has more inputs / servo ports and can run from higher voltages. Mini is... well, smaller.

For more details and how to order, see the manual.
Posted by FpvKiwi | Feb 12, 2011 @ 09:33 AM | 3,499 Views
The "Channelmux" is developing into something bigger. Lots of features and support for Graupner and JR. Let's call it "PPM Channel Wizard" instead... or something along those lines.
Posted by FpvKiwi | Jan 13, 2011 @ 04:42 PM | 2,906 Views
A little about me --
I started with RC in the summer 2010. At first a Thunder Tiger electric heli and then I found FPV. Bought an EasyStar and all the gear to go FPV. Flew some with that before winter came.

Now I'm building on a TwinStar but foremost I develop the "channelmux" to add more channels to a transmitter. Either just insert additional channels in the PPM stream from analog sources or multiplex several sub-channels into one.

Here's a terse thread and the draft of the manual.
More later!