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Old Mar 27, 2012, 03:14 AM
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A human eye can't even see oscillation much faster than 25Hz, most pilots notice a multicopter oscillating when its a few Hz, and ignore it when it's much higher. When you have people applying things like gyro LPF set to 42Hz to remove noise, you have to wonder where the input to drive these these 400Hz ESC micro corrections is coming from. I mean it's not the pilot, not the gyros, so where is the stimulus at least 400 times a second that requires the FC to make ESC adjustments that often? I just don't see a viable feedback loop to justify it, perhaps I am missing something.
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