Originally Posted by Elcheapo
Because you could want to test your RTH mode even if GPS is not locked, and even on ground. Making sure throttle engages at correct levels, control surfaces moves properly etc...
If you don't want to lose your airplane when there is no GPS lock, you have several options:
1- Check what it is interfering with your GPS on ground, fix that.
2- Increase Mx HDOP allowed so lock can be set with more relaxed conditions.
3- Do not push the limits of your RC link.
4- Disable RTH on the OSD(set it to failsafe)
There is no magic here, still if you choose to fly to the edge of RC link you will lose your airplane.
Omg what are you saying?
Don't push rc limits? Disable rth? So what's the point of rvosd?
It happened in flight, far away so what i could do?